Ready to manage and scale your microservices without the chaos?
Looking for a Cortex alternative? Try OpsLevel for deeper and more granular control over your microservice catalog–without a custom language to learn or manual mapping of services to standards.
Why do teams choose OpsLevel to manage their microservices?
With our microservice catalog, your software developers have fast access to accurate, comprehensive service metadata. From ownership and contact information, to dependencies and runbooks, it's all at their fingertips.
Sync your services, dependencies, git repos, teams, and more using config-as-code or our GraphQL API. Keep it all up to date with automated service suggestions.
Source of Truth
De-risk onboarding & reorgs. Codify implicit knowledge and turn fragmented understanding into centralized intelligence, accessible by everyone in your organization.
Cognitive load on your developers? Decreased. Developer Velocity? Increased. Help your teams work more efficiently and spend more time on actual product development.
We fit seamlessly into your toolchain. Build & enrich your catalog with Kubernetes, Terraform, Jenkins, Octopus, PagerDuty, Datadog, Slack, and more. Extensible? Absolutely.
Why your org needs a microservice catalog
Put an end to repetitive questions in Slack like Who owns this service? or What does this service actually do? and let your OpsLevel microservice catalog speak for itself.
See OpsLevel in action and learn why so many engineering teams chose OpsLevel over Cortex.
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That's a wrap: Looking back on 2022
The OpsLevel team, business, and product have grown tremendously over the last year. We share some of the wins and learnings, as well as a sneak peek at what the new year will look like.