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  Good for monitoring small websites and backend systems, keeping an eye on personal projects, and helping you as you scale. A solid and affordable alternative to in-house and open source projects, with email and IM support for peace of mind. Our tech will scale as far as you need it to. Get in touch to discuss your requirements.

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Dashboards 2 20 Unlimited
Update rate(datapoints per second) 50/s 500/s 10,000+/s
Metrics 100 1,000 100,000+
Data retention 30 days 6 months 1 year+
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All plans include:

  • 30-Day Free Trial Try our service free for 30 days. If it isn't for you, cancel and pay nothing. No credit card required to try it out.
  • Friendly Support Having trouble? Just let us know how we can help you measure your applications. With a co-founder in Ireland and the US, we cover a lot of timezones.
  • Simple Pricing There are no setup fees or hidden charges, and no unpredictable usage-based fees. Just pay for a recurring monthly subscription, and you can cancel at any time.
  • Data Export We host your data, but it is still your data. We'll help you get a complete dump of your data in a useful format if you need it - even if you're closing your account.

About Metricfire

Metricfire is based in Berkeley, CA and Dublin, Ireland.
Dave Concannon - Cofounder

Dave Concannon - Co-founder

Dave has spent the last decade producing code for organizations such as the United Nations, the Irish government, and major universities. He’s also worked in the trenches with a number of interesting startups.

Charlie von Metzradt - Cofounder

Charlie von Metzradt - Co-founder

An Irish software engineer with a grudge, Charlie has long been unhappy with the current state of software performance measurement tools for developers. He has worked on one of Ireland’s biggest websites and in the video games industry, where his code has been used by a couple of million concurrent users.