CoScale (discontinued)

CoScale (discontinued)

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CoScale (discontinued)

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What is CoScale (discontinued)?

CoScale provided full-stack web performance monitoring, optimized for production environments. The CoScale platform was used to monitor a company’s server infrastructure and applications, as well as the impact on user experience and key business metrics. According to the vendor, CoScale...

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What is CoScale (discontinued)?

CoScale provided full-stack web performance monitoring, optimized for production environments. The CoScale platform was used to monitor a company’s server infrastructure and applications, as well as the impact on user experience and key business metrics. According to the vendor, CoScale would…

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  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

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Nagios provides monitoring of all mission-critical infrastructure components. Multiple APIs and community-build add-ons enable integration and monitoring with in-house and third-party applications for optimized scaling.

What is ScienceLogic SL1?

ScienceLogic is a system and application monitoring and performance management platform. ScienceLogic collects and aggregates data across and IT ecosystems and contextualizes it for actionable insights with the SL1 product offering.

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Product Details

What is CoScale (discontinued)?

CoScale provided full-stack web performance monitoring, optimized for production environments. The CoScale platform was used to monitor a company’s server infrastructure and applications, as well as the impact on user experience and key business metrics. According to the vendor, CoScale would simplify monitoring and troubleshooting with automated anomaly detection and contextual insights.

In 2018 CoScale was acquired by New Relic to, from a statement by them, advance container monitoring. The product is no longer available.

CoScale (discontinued) Features

Application Performance Management Features

  • Supported: Application monitoring
  • Supported: Database monitoring
  • Supported: Threshold alerts
  • Supported: Predictive capabilities
  • Supported: Application performance management console
  • Supported: Collaboration tools
  • Supported: Out-of-the box templates to monitor applications
  • Supported: Application dependency mapping and thresholding
  • Supported: Virtualization monitoring
  • Supported: Server availability and performance monitoring
  • Supported: Server usage monitoring and capacity forecasting
  • Supported: IT Asset Discovery

Additional Features

  • Supported: Anomaly detection
  • Supported: Custom and business metrics
  • Supported: Events integration for monitoring config changes, deployments, cron jobs, etc.
  • Supported: Container and cluster monitoring
  • Supported: Integration with configuration management tools (Chef, Puppet, Salt, etc.)

CoScale (discontinued) Screenshots

Screenshot of Automatic anomaly detectionScreenshot of Performance monitoring dashboardScreenshot of Real user monitoringScreenshot of Docker and Kubernetes monitoringScreenshot of Full stack monitoring plugins

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CoScale (discontinued) Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationNo
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We have been working with CoScale for quite some time now, and we have not encountered too many problems really. The majority of minor issues we ran into were quickly solved by reaching out to technical community forums. When it comes to the remaining ones, we were able to solve those efficiently with assistance from the supporting team of technical experts.
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