Your network observability superpowers
Monitoring distributed applications is hard. Get real-time observability into the network behavior of every service in containers, VMs, or bare metal on any provider with no overhead, no sampling, and no code or network changes.
Insights you can act on:
Detect cloud infrastructure problems
Measure how network connectivity and performance issues, misconfigured services, external providers, security settings, and DNS impact distributed services impact your services.
Reduce network transfer costs
Measure cross zone and egress traffic by service even inside Kubernetes clusters so you can correlate network cost with your services.
Analyze application interactions
Detect every service dependency, including unknown or unexpected connections, and track SLOs between each pair of services.
Why Flowmill is unique:
No code changes
Data gathered transparently from the operating system, cloud provider, and orchestration platform
Minimal CPU and network impact so you can deploy in production
Sub-second data on every connection quickly identifies edge conditions
See beyond your application into cloud infrastructure and managed services
Case StudyOpenX's Cloud Migration
Learn about how OpenX used Flowmill to manage network costs and debug infrastructure problems in their Kubernetes clusters.Read Case Study
Flowmill was set up in a matter of minutes and it allowed us to drill down to connections between our service and an advertising partner to look at what was going on, including connection failures, packet loss, and changes in round trip time.
Case StudyNine Manages Network Cost
Flowmill helps Nine Entertainment save tens of thousands of dollars in network cost savings from reduced cross-zone traffic with detailed network traffic breakdowns.Read Case Study
Flowmill gave us visibility into an area we generally don’t look at. We never dealt too deeply into the networking itself. We never really realized how important it was. No one, even Amazon, provides good tooling and detail in this area or a means of turning this detail into knowledge.