For a complete view of all the systems in production, dev and ops teams historically relied on a jumble of monitoring tools for each infrastructure silo and each layer of the stack. That meant configuring and performing maintenance on multiple systems, with little insight across data sources and noisy, unreliable alerts. In today’s distributed, elastic environments, monitoring based on analytics provides an aggregate view of the entire modern stack in one place, from infrastructure and network up to open-source applications and end-user interactions. Making analytics the basis for alerting provides a more meaningful view of availability and performance. Get alerts on any metric you care about, including ones you define, and set thresholds based on dynamic indicators like percentile and rate of change.