Observability | © Shutterstock


Metrics & Monitoring

What is not measured does not exist” said Niels Bohr, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922.

In Computer Science, this famous quotation has evolved to become “You cannot improve what you cannot measure”. Identifying the sources of sluggishness and errors, measuring the effect of changes, planning capabilities and preventing failures is not possible without detailed information about how an application works.

Observability | © Shutterstock
Observability | © Shutterstock

To identify potential problems...

... long before end-user performance is affected, engineers need detailed reports about the performance of each element of the infrastructure.

To obtain such detailed insight into an application that is divided into several microservices, themselves distributed and replicated on several servers, it is necessary to collect, centralize and aggregate logs (messages) and metrics (numbers) describing each elements' operation. To give sense to the enormous amount of data generated, it is imperative to automate its analysis and to display the correct information for each role in the operations and development teams.

Observability | © Shutterstock

Broad experience...

... in managing logs and metrics, using Open Source software that has become proven standard in this domain, is one of Camptocamps' assets. We have spent countless hours working with our customers as well as our internal teams to provide the best visualization tools and make the necessary information available at the right time to the right person. We can leverage this experience to provide you with ready-made tools, as well as build complex solutions finetuned to your specific needs.

Observability | © Shutterstock
Observability | © Shutterstock

Customer Journeys

Infrastructure Solutions
Customer Journey swisstopo | © swisstopo Logo

Federal Office of Topography swisstopo

Swisstopo hosts over 300 terabyte of geographic data in the cloud and makes it publicly available. For the federal authority to become a cloud pioneer, it took a lot of willpower, competent advice - and a stroke of luck.
RTL zwei Logo | © RTL zwei
CoCoNet Logo | © CoCoNet
Swisstopo Logo | © Swisstopo
Init7 Logo | © Init7
Meteotest Logo | © Meteotest
QoQa Logo | © QoQa


Configuration Management

Automate Configurations
Read more

Cloud Computing

Automate Cloud Provisioning and Resources
Read more

Container Orchestration

Automate Application Deployment with Containers
Read more

Web Architecture

Web Performance Optimization
Read more

Linux Expertise

GNU/Linux Insights
Read more

Get in contact with us!

By submitting this form, I accept that the information entered will be used for the purposes described in the privacy policy.