We designed Akita to help developers who need to interact with any service that they may or may not have written but must make sure work. Akita begins working the moment you drop it into your system, collecting and mapping usage information, surfacing performance, and alerting you when things are going wrong. No code changes, annotations, or proxies necessary.
The Akita client currently only works with REST APIs.
GraphQL and gRPC are on our roadmap. Want it sooner than later? Let us know via this survey!
The Akita agent supports Debian-based Linux distributions and macOS, as well as
The Akita Client uses eBPF-based packet capture to monitor REST API traffic to your services, and so we run in any deployment environment that has
CAP_NET_RAW privileges enabled. Specifically, we support:
- AWS ECS
- AWS Elastic Beanstalk
- AWS Fargate
- Azure Web Apps
- Linux-based virtual machines or bare metal
- macOS local machines
- Standalone Docker, and
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