Our pricing is based on the number of metrics you store and the size of your team.
A metric is a unique time-series collection of name-value data. This data is sent to us as it is sampled (or aggregated with other sampled data) and it becomes available in your account for later graphing. Learn more about time-series data here.
1 metric is 1 metric. Our pricing is built on the number of unique time series metrics that you want to send/store with Hosted Graphite, not the amount of data points we receive.
This is the number of individual data points we receive regardless of the name.
Yes! You can share your dashboards with teammates, customers, or whoever. And we don’t charge extra
We understand there needs to be flexibility here. If you are consistently going over your metric limit, data points that you are sending you will be dropped. We’ll send you a message to offer out support of help you find the plan level that suits you best - we are happy to work with you as your monitoring partner.
When you sign up for a free trial, you get a full test of Hosted Graphite for 14 days including 500 total metrics, 250 data points per second. 5 users, alerts, dashboards, and access to all integrations. If you need more metrics to test out your system, please contact email@example.com and we can increase the limits.
Absolutely! Look at the "Data sources" tab in the Hosted Graphite application to get started.
It takes about a minute for your first metric data to be available for graphing once it's received. Subsequent data is added to your account straight away.
Yes, MetricFire supports Single Sign On (SSO) via SAML-enabled identity providers.
We provide email and live-chat support for all plans, and we answer quickly. The people giving you answers are experienced engineers and are committed to giving you great service.
We are based in the USA but we have a team members based in multiple countries so we can provide support at all hours. We provide support via email, live-chat and technical support meetings.
In ISO:27001 and SOC2 Certified Data centres in Germany. Metrics that are sent to us directly are stored on our database servers located in Germany, provided by Hetzner.
We host Graphite so you don’t have to! We handle and manage your metric collection, storage, alerting, and visualization services so you can focus on more important things. We provide ways for you to send us data from your applications/servers, and you can plot that data on custom dashboards that look awesome! We give you the tools that you need to send large amounts of data, and provide interesting ways for you to get accurate information back out, analyze it, alert on it, and share it. We also provide integrations with other popular services, have a wide range of account/team management options, and offer great support.
Graphite is an efficient method of collecting and aggregating data, is very well documented, and is easy to work with and understand. Hosted Graphite has improved upon standard Graphite and takes away the burden of self-hosting your own monitoring solution, allowing you more time and freedom to work on your most important tasks. You can measure, analyze, and visualize large amounts of data from your applications and infrastructure without the hassles of setting up your own servers, or worrying about scaling, data storage/backups, alerting, or maintenance. Hosted Graphite has many supported APIs, integrations, and plugins that can help you get data in, and return it in a way that is useful for you. Anytime you have questions about our product and services, our knowledgeable support team will respond quickly and give you useful advice.
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You could! Let’s say you take some time to figure out the docs and install it somewhere, then do some tests to get data in and make sure it’s giving you the right data back out. Let’s say it only takes a few hours of pretty enjoyable tinkering, because we are optimists!
That’s the easy, fun part. Here’s the unfun part: at some point in the future, you’re going to have to drop some other important task because your monitoring setup stops working the way you want.
That’s why we’re doing this - let us handle it all for you.
We operate a distributed eventually-consistent database built upon the open-source Gorgon. In case of failure, the workload is distributed and we store three redundant copies of everything. Queries will get back to the user with answers only when two different systems agree - this is also useful for fault tolerance.