OpsCruise Introduces Free Forever Plan
October 07, 2021
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OpsCruise announced a new "free forever" plan to support further adoption and use of popular open source telemetry such as Kubernetes, eBPF, Prometheus, Loki, Jaeger and Istio.

When it comes to observing modern applications, Cloud Native Enterprises are often caught between two less than ideal choices: pick and choose amongst a multitude of free, open source tools but where a heavy lift is required around deployment, configuration, training and maintenance later OR choose a commercial cloud-based solution that’s easier but is expensive and locks you into a proprietary architecture

OpsCruise offers the best of both worlds by supporting and embedding popular open source monitoring tools into a smart-layer that:

- Auto-discovers and maintain all dependencies

- Predicts performance degradations

- Troubleshoots in context and automate causal analysis

- Unifies telemetry, changes, and configuration data

All without a requirement to instrument code or deploy additional proprietary agents on your hosts. It can be deployed and showing value in less than 3 minutes.

Now SREs, Cloud Architects, DevOps & Infrastructure Engineers can try the OpsCruise Forever Plan and get access to:

- All OpsCruise Features

- Unlimited Data

- Unlimited Users

- Free Forever

That’s how serious we are about empowering engineers to take advantage of all the commoditized telemetry available in cloud native environments.

“I’ve seen and used a number of application monitoring offerings over the past couple of decades. For end-to-end Kubernetes observability in a cloud native deployment, nothing stacks up like OpsCruise,” said Bruno Pisano, CEO of Elafent, a cloud business analytics platform. “It’s simple and straightforward to set up, leverages open source standards & tools so there’s no lock-in and aggregates all the required data points so my team doesn’t have to do the heavy lifting. We’re finding and solving problems much faster, without having to stitch together multiple disparate proprietary tools!”

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