Librato helps you keep track of valuable data and gather metrics from your preferred sources. It lets you gain insight with mathematical transforms. Through its functional DSL that can apply mathematical transforms to any combination of your time series, users can easily craft composite metrics.
Librato also lets you create any visual correlation and customize and share your dashboards. It alerts you on missing data and keeps you updated if one of your sources has stopped sending data.
Alerts can be set up based on multiple metrics and complex calculations like derivatives to capture exactly the situation about which you want to be notiﬁed. You can also send notiﬁcations straight from its UI using email and webhooks.
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