What is Sematext?
Sematext pulls together performance monitoring, logs, user experience and synthetic monitoring that tools organizations need to troubleshoot performance issues faster.
Sematext is a tool in the Log Management category of a tech stack.
Who uses Sematext?
4 companies reportedly use Sematext in their tech stacks, including Platform, Sematext Cloud, and All Stack.
11 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Sematext.
Pros of Sematext
Great filtering and grouping
Easy to set up
Centralized log management
Full monitoring platform
- Available in the Cloud and On Premises
- Infrastructure Monitoring
- Application Performance Monitoring
- Log Management
- Real User Monitoring
- Synthetic Monitoring
- Container/Docker/Kubernetes Monitoring
- Server/VM Monitoring
- Process Monitoring
- Inventory Monitoring
- Exposes Elasticsearch API
- Includes Kibana
- Can be used with Grafana
- Ability to correlate logs, metrics, and events
- Alerting, Anomaly Detection
- Integrations with numerous ChatOps services
- Ship data with Logstash, Syslog, Fluentd, Beats, Logagent, etc.
- Multi-user and RBAC support
- Powerful search and filter functionality
- Custom tags
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