Never miss a failure again
Monitoring Setup Assistant
marbot sets up CloudWatch Alarms and EventBridge Rules for all parts of your AWS infrastructure. CloudFormation and Terraform are supported.Learn more
Alerts via Slack
Your team receives alerts as direct messages or channel messages via Slack. The alert includes relevant details to understand and solve the problem. Use different Slack channels to separate prod from dev alerts.Learn more
Solve issues rapidly
marbot adds Quick Links pointing to the AWS Management Console automatically. marbot attaches runbooks to provide structured procedures to respond to incidents as well.Learn more
Only get alerted when necessary. To avoid a flood of alarms, marbot groups similar events.Learn more
Easy to learn and fun to use
No need to install another tool. Invite marbot to your Slack channel, and he will escalate alerts among all team members.Learn more
Talk to marbot like you talk to with your team members: in plain English. Alternatively, you can use Slack-native user interfaces.Learn more
Each week, marbot rewards team members for closing alerts. The detailed statistics help you to optimize your alert configuration as well.Learn more
Strong integrations with AWS and 3rd party services.
Supported AWS resources:
- Auto Scaling
- CloudWatch Alarms
- CloudWatch Events
- Elastic Beanstalk
- Trusted Advisor
Supported 3rd party services:
- New Relic
- RSS Feed
- Sumo Logic
- Uptime Robot
Keep your system running!
More than 500 teams close 5,000+ alerts every week.
Thousands of AWS accounts are monitored by marbot.
Add marbot to Slack and start your 14-day free trial. No credit card required.
About the inventors
Andreas and Michael Wittig built marbot during the Serverless Chatbot Competition 2016. Since then, they have added new features and improved marbot step by step.
Andreas and Michael are consultants, entrepreneurs, and authors. As consultants, they train, coach, and consult their clients on all things Amazon Web Services (AWS). In their role as an entrepreneur, they are building marbot. They published two books Amazon Web Services in Action and Rapid Docker on AWS, and are blogging at cloudonaut.io. They use marbot to get notified of any issues daily.