Alerting for Elasticsearch
So You Don’t Miss A Thing
Watcher is the alerting and notification product for Elasticsearch that lets you take action based on changes in your data. It is designed around the principle that if you can query something in Elasticsearch, you can alert on it. Simply define a query, condition, schedule, and the actions to take, and Watcher will do the rest.
Get Product Updates
The latest release of Watcher is compatible with the latest version of Elasticsearch and features chained inputs, which make it easy to use multiple inputs in your watch, as well as new action types that make it easy to push notifications to common issue tracking programs, including HipChat and Slack. Learn more.
Be Alerted to Anomalies in Your Data
Trigger automatic notifications based on your rapidly changing data. Notify the IT department of unusual login failures, open a support ticket when application response time is above average, or get notified if unexpected errors occur.
Proactively Monitor Your Elasticsearch Cluster
Pair Watcher with Marvel to keep a pulse on your Elasticsearch deployment. Get notified when a node joins or leaves the cluster, when there is a spike in queries per second, if memory usage is too high, and more.
Get Notified the Way You Want
Easily set up email alerts when incidents occur, or integrate Watcher into your existing monitoring infrastructure via webhook to send alerts to JIRA, HipChat, PagerDuty, Slack, and more.
Analyze Your Watch History
Get insight into how Watcher is performing by visualizing your "watch" history in Kibana. You can also create nested watches or multilevel notifications, where an alert can trigger another type of watch.
From Security to Marketing, Watcher Can Help
Whether you're interested in keeping a pulse on the integrity of your internal systems, if support requests are going through the roof, or if the latest marketing campaign is driving record traffic to your website, Watcher will let you know.
It's Highly Available, Just Like Elasticsearch
Your alerting and notification infrastructure should be reliable. Watcher runs as part of your Elasticsearch cluster so it's resilient to hardware and network failures — it won't let you down.