Cluster Timeline

See the history of all your Prometheus alerts, correlated with configuration changes in your cluster.

History of alerts and deploys

Kubernetes is fast moving and can be hard to troubleshoot. Robusta listens for changes and highlights interesting ones. It puts those changs on a unified timeline next to your Prometheus alerts.

If an application update caused something to fail, it's immediately obvious.

Automatic grouping, no configuration

Reduce hundreds of alerts into a few lines with grouping and deduping.

Robusta groups alerts by type and Kubernetes resource.

You can view individual alerts at any time, but starting with groups gives a powerful overview.

Kubernetes audit

See the exact change to production that happened 20 seconds before a critical failure. Keep a permanent record of all the changes you care about. View in Robusta or ship them to external destinations.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Robusta Open Source?

The Robusta automations engine is open source and installed on your own cloud. It can be used standalone and without any proprietary components.

The cloud platform contains everything in the open source plus the web-based observability platform. You can use it via our SaaS plans or a self-hosting plan.

How do I use the SaaS platform?

Follow the installation guide in our docs to install the Robusta open source. When asked, opt-in to the the Robusta UI.

Can I use Robusta with the Prometheus Operator?

Yes! You can send alerts from your existing Prometheus/AlertManager to Robusta by webhook.

Or you can install Robusta's all in one monitoring solution, based on Prometheus. Everything will be configured out of the box.

Does Robusta support OpenShift?

Yes. See installation instructions in the docs.

Can I self-host the Robusta UI?

Yes.Most orgnizations choose the simpler cloud UI option, but it can be self hosted as well.

For more information, see the docs.