Getting Started With Real SLIs & SLOs in NOBL9
Don’t know where to begin? Get started with this introductory video of creating your first SLO in NOBL9. This video covers service level objectives (SLOs), service level indicators (SLIs), and error budgets.
What data sources does Nobl9 support?
Nobl9 supports most major observability and monitoring tools with pre-built integrations to make it easy to connect the Platform with your environment. Click here to see our integrations.
What alert methods does Nobl9 support?
Nobl9 supports many of the common ways that engineers are alerted to event and reliability issues. Click here to see our Event and Alert integrations.
Is there a limit to how many SLOs I can define?
While there is no technical limit, each pricing plan includes a maximum number of SLOs. We are happy to work with you on a pricing plan to fit your needs
How does Nobl9 track the status of SLOs and remaining Error Budget?
The Nobl9 Platform imports observability data from many sources, defines SLOs, tracks them over time, and calculates error budget consumption. Nobl9 presents SLO and error budget status in the Service Health Dashboard so you always know the state of reliability across your applications.
Can I export SLO data from Nobl9?
Yes, you can export SLO data to data warehouses and other historical stores. We offer pre-built integrations to several tools or you can export to CSV format.
Do you offer an API?
Yes! You can find information about the Nobl9 API and other detailed functionality in our documentation site.
Why do I need Nobl9 if my observability tools can manage SLOs?
Some observability and monitoring tools support SLOs, however they are typically focused on collecting SLIs from only their platform. If you are using more than one monitoring tool to track different parts of your architecture, you may benefit from Nobl9 because it can ingest observability and monitoring data from any tool and present a unified view across your tech stack.