When, Where and Why.

Knowing the root cause in production is better than guessing it.

  • Installation

    Detect Be the first to know
    when your application breaks.

  • perfromance

    Prioritize Focus on business impact,
    Ignore operational noise.

  • perfromance

    Resolve Find the root cause,
    every single time.

1. Detect Every Production Issue

Know instantly when apps break

Visualize all log errors, warnings and exceptions
in production JVMs without parsing log files.

  • Automatic deduplication reduces operational noise by 10X.
  • See when new errors are introduced by agile deployments.
  • Receive real-time alerts via ChatOps, Slack, HipChat, Jira or PagerDuty.

2. Know the Business Impact

Prioritize or ignore errors

Understand which user transactions are failing.

  • See transaction error rates
  • Know whether 1, 10, 100 or 10,000 transactions are impacted.
  • Ignore the errors that don't impact your business.

4. See The Root Cause from Your Logs

Takipi injects links to the root cause for every log entry and application error.

Built-in support for Logback, Log4j, SLF4J, and more.

Works great with:
Splunk / logstash / sumologic / loggly

5. Collaborate Across Teams

Share insight in real-time.

  • Let Operations share the real root cause with Development.
  • Communicate findings with one-click Jira integration
  • Seamlessly integrate with Graphite, Grafana, Nagios, Zabbix,
    PagerDuty, NewRelic, AppDynamics, DataDog
    and more. Learn more.

Non-Intrusive. Secure. Scalable.

- Takipi runs as a lightweight Java agent and supports all JVM languages,
containers, and frameworks.

- Supports SaaS, hybrid or on-Premises deployments

- Max 3% CPU. No GC overhead. Low network and storage overhead.

- 256-bit AES private encryption

- Learn more about how Takipi works.

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Installs in minutes

Runs as a simple Java agent.

No code or build changes.

Linux, OS X, and Win. Java 6-8.

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Java / Scala

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