With millions of users and petabytes of data, SmugMug deals with an incredibly large, complex AWS environment. Autoscaling, EC2 instances, ELBs, Dynamo databases, MySQL, CloudSearch, SQS and S3 – that’s why they rely on Stackdriver to provide monitoring and visibility.
“With Stackdriver, it’s like having another member on my team”
99designs, as the world’s largest online graphic design marketplace, has a massive amount of usage. Leaning on AWS for hosting affords them scalability and reliability, and by using Stackdriver for cloud monitoring they have the insight necessary to maintain that scalability and reliability.
“Stackdriver’s analytics tools have identified concerning trends, outliers, and anomalies within our clusters that we may not otherwise have discovered
” – Lachlan Donald, CTO
With some of the most prominent brands in the world depending on them to power their video advertising, Extreme Reach needs to know their cloud environment is up and running at peak performance. Stackdriver’s monitoring-as-a-service gives them the visibility they need into the entirety of their app stack.
“Stackdriver is the system of record for monitoring the cloud resources that serve our customers.” – Mark Annati, VP of IT
With a complex Amazon Web Services environment, a history of excellence and high expectations from their customers, the team at Chicago-based Table XI needs full-picture visibility into their myriad of AWS resources.
“From day one, we were able to pinpoint various problems and minimize downtime” – John Gore, Technical Practice Lead
When it came time to develop a digital meditation platform, The Chopra Center team turned to Stackdriver for the real-time insights needed to see how code deploys affected the entirety of their environment. With Stackdriver, they got a centralized vision of code impact and reduced their development time.
“Stackdriver definitely speeds up development by identifying issues quickly, which is critical when you’re on a tight deadline” – Andras Karastonyi
As one of the fastest-growing startups in the education tech industry, StudyBlue needs to know their cloud environment can keep up with user demand. By adopting Stackdriver Intelligent Monitoring, they have gone from monitoring as an unreliable, unscalable hassle to fantastic, easy insights.
“One of the first wins we had with StackDriver was the ability to identify instances…behaving differently than the others within their same functions” – Matt Trescot
When they first started monitoring their AWS environment, education company Edmodo had plenty of metrics but no actionable insights. After discovering Stackdriver, they now have an incredibly well-instrumented environment with powerful, easy-to-consume and easy-to-set-up insights.
“The more we use (Stackdriver), the more useful it becomes” – Kimo Rosenbaum
Stackdriver partners with experts in the field of cloud computing to help bring our intelligent monitoring-as-a-service to as many DevOps professionals as possible. If you’re interested in being a Stackdriver partner, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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