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  • Support for all AWS serverless services
  • Up to 15 resources
  • 1GB / monthly data ingestion
  • Error detection
  • Well Architected Reports
  • Microservice Dashboard
  • Custom alerts
  • All integrations and notification channels
  • Unlimited users
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$4 per resource

$4 per GB logs

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  • Unlimited resources
  • Automatic insights
  • Error detection
  • Well Architected Reports
  • Microservice dashboards
  • Custom alerts
  • All integrations and notification channels
  • Unlimited users
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  • Everything included in the Professional package
  • Advanced insights
  • Enterprise support
  • SLA

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Plan details

Community

Professional

Enterprise

Resources

Up to 15

Unlimited

Unlimited

Log ingestion

50MB/day

Unlimited

Unlimited

Data retention (logs)

1-day

14-days

Custom

Failure detection

Errors

Errors and Insights

Errors and Insights

Event detection

Microservice dashboards

Alerting integrations

Slack + Email

Slack + Email

Slack + Email

Support

Chat/Email

Chat/Email

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Frequently asked questions

What features do I get to use during the free trial?

All of them!

  • Dashbird visualizes complex data on an easy-to-understand dashboard
  • Prevent serverless errors with Well-Architected AI-driven insights
  • Get serverless-specific alerts automatically
Also, our team is handy to get you set up with the Dashbird platform and help you construct a monitoring strategy for your cloud infrastructure. Book a demo.

How much data volume do I get allocated during my 14 day trial?

The default data ingestion limit during the 14-day trial is 5GB. For complex proof of concept pilots of Dashbird, please contact the sales team to cater a greater data volume need for your trial.

How do I set up Dashbird?

Setting up Dashbird takes under 5 minutes and requires no code changes. To start, sign up and follow the on-screen instructions to link your AWS account with Dashbird.

Do I need to change my code to have Dashbird monitoring?

No, Dashbird does not require any code or configuration change. You will only need to deploy a pre-formatted CloudFormation stack, which takes less than 5 minutes.

What counts as a resource?

Here are the resources that are billable.

 

  • SQS queue (AWS::SQS::Queue)
  • Lambda function (AWS::Lambda::Function)
  • ECS service (AWS::ECS::Service)
  • DynamoDB table (AWS::DynamoDB::Table)
  • API Gateway stage (AWS::ApiGateway::Stage)
  • Kinesis stream (AWS::Kinesis::Stream)
  • Kinesis Firehose delivery stream (AWS::KinesisFirehose::DeliveryStream)
  • Step Functions state machine (AWS::StepFunctions::StateMachine)


Resource types that aren’t included in the resource usage are as follows.

 

  • ECS cluster (AWS::ECS::Cluster)
  • ECS task definition (AWS::ECS::TaskDefinition)
  • DynamoDB global secondary index (AWS::DynamoDB::GlobalSecondaryIndex)
  • API Gateway resource (AWS::ApiGateway::Resource)
  • API Gateway rest API (AWS::ApiGateway::RestApi)
  • Step Functions activity (AWS::StepFunctions::Activity)

How is my data stored in Dashbird?

Dashbird imports logs and metrics from AWS CloudWatch APIs and uses encryption-at-rest to keep it safe. After that, the data is processed and analyzed into data metrics, which are then stored in another secure database. All our storage systems are hosted in AWS.

How long does it take for Dashbird to read Lambda logs?

It usually takes under 30 seconds after the execution for logs to be visible in Dashbird.

Is there any overhead or latency added to my Lambdas?

Dashbird does not affect the performance of your lambda functions. We get all the information we need indirectly from AWS CloudWatch APIs.

Is there added cost to my AWS bill?

Dashbird polls AWS CloudWatch APIs to gather data from your cloud components. For AWS Lambda function Logs, AWS charges data transferred out of CloudWatch equivalently to data transferred out of an EC2 server. Check it out at AWS CloudWatch pricing. The total cost should represent a tiny percentage of your total AWS bill. For other cloud components (SQS, ECS, DynamoDB, etc), the cost will depend on how frequently you determine the polling frequency. Each API request will be billed according to CloudWatch API pricing set by AWS.

Do you offer any discounts?

We have discounts for all plans when you sign up for an annual subscription. If you're a non-profit or an early-stage startup, feel free to contact us for additional discounts.

10,000+ developers trust Dashbird

Thanks to Dashbird the time to discover the occurrence of an issue reduced from 2-4 hours to a matter of seconds or minutes. It also means that hundreds of dollars are saved every month.

Great onboarding: it takes just a couple of minutes to connect an AWS account to an organization in Dashbird. The UI is clean and gives a good overview of what is happening with the Lambdas and API Gateways in the account.

Dashbird provides an easier interface to monitor and debug problems with our Lambdas. Relevant logs are simple to find and view. Dashbird’s support has been good, and they take product suggestions with grace.

Great UI. Easy to navigate through CloudWatch logs. Simple setup.

Dashbird helped us refine the size of our Lambdas, resulting in significantly reduced costs. We have Dashbird alert us in seconds via email when any of our functions behaves abnormally. Their app immediately makes the cause and severity of errors obvious.

Made by Developers for Developers

Our history and present are deeply rooted in building large-scale cloud applications on state-of-the-art technology. Dashbird was born out of our own need for an enhanced serverless debugging and monitoring tool, and we take pride in being developers.