Stackdriver

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Google Stackdriver
Google Stackdriver logo.svg
Type of site
systems management
OwnerGoogle
Websitecloud.google.com/stackdriver
CommercialYes (terms of service)
RegistrationRequired
LaunchedMay 1, 2014; 4 years ago (2014-05-01)
Current statusActive

Google Stackdriver is a freemium, credit card required, cloud computing systems management service offered by Google. It provides performance and diagnostics data (in the form of monitoring, logging, tracing, error reporting, and alerting) to public cloud users. Stackdriver is a hybrid cloud solution, providing support for both Google Cloud and AWS cloud environments.

History[edit]

Stackdriver the company was created in 2012 by founders Dan Belcher and Izzy Azeri.[1] The company's goal was to provide consistent monitoring across cloud computing's multiple service layers, using a single SaaS solution.[2]

Stackdriver secured $5 million funding from Bain Capital Ventures in July 2012. A beta version of the product became publicly available on April 30, 2013.

In May 2014, the Stackdriver company was acquired by Google.[3] An expanded version of the product (adding support for logs analysis, hybrid cloud support, and deep integration with Google Cloud) was rebranded as Google Stackdriver and was launched to general availability in October, 2016.[4]

Features[edit]

Stackdriver's focus is improving the performance and availability of large, complex applications running in the public cloud. It provides metrics detailing every layer of the 'stack' in the form of charts and graphs. It supports multi-cloud environments, and provides a single pane of glass into users' cloud services. It provides views into the logs that are generated, and allows users to generate metrics from those logs. It allows users to receive alerts when metrics breach normal levels.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "VMware vets launch Stackdriver, raise $5M from Bain Capital Ventures". The Business Journals. September 21, 2012.
  2. ^ 17:29, 2 May 2013 at; Prickett Morgan, Timothy. "Stackdriver fluffs up cloudy management tool". The Register. Retrieved 5 May 2017.
  3. ^ Lardinois, Frederic. "Google Acquires Cloud Monitoring Service Stackdriver". techcrunch.com. Retrieved 5 May 2017.
  4. ^ "Google Stackdriver is now generally available for hybrid cloud monitoring, logging and diagnostics". googleblog.com. Retrieved 5 May 2017.

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