Getting started with Akita is as simple as dropping our Agent into your container or Dockerfile. Once we’re in, we gather all the data you need and surface it in the Akita app so you can easily see what your system is doing.
Akita is currently in private beta. If you are not part of the private beta, you will need to request an invite before continuing. Get an invite.
Heroku and Render Not Supported
Sorry, we do not currently support Heroku or Render users. We do have experimental support for Django.
There are many ways to use the Akita Agent with Docker. We support the following:
- AWS ECS (via docker compose)
- AWS Elastic Beanstalk
- AWS Fargate
- Azure Web Apps
- Docker Run
- Docker Compose
- Docker Host Network
- Akita Agent Wrapper
- Internal Network
- Akita Credentials in a Volume
Want to try Akita without installing the Agent?
If you want to see Akita map out an API spec from one of your favorite websites, check out our OpenAPI Spec Generator Chrome extension.
Updated about 1 month ago