GraphQL Metrics

With no configuration, get real-time observability for your GraphQL APIs usage, performance and errors.

Metrics features showcase
Analytics Features

Knowledge is performance

  • Get real-time insights into all GraphQL request

    Get visibility into every single query and mutation sent to your GraphQL API, including the request’s headers, latency, errors, and more.

  • Monitor performance, identify bottlenecks

    Automatically oversee the performance of your GraphQL API down to the individual operation level to identify your biggest bottlenecks.

  • Track HTTP and GraphQL errors

    Track all HTTP and GraphQL errors and receive alerts on spikes the moment they become a problem for your users.

  • Dive deep with fine-grained filtering

    Filter your metrics down to the nuances. Check the performance of certain operations or discover how certain HTTP referrers cause errors.

  • Get real-time alerts and manage incidents

    Notify the right people over the right channel when things go wrong. Use the Slack and PagerDuty integrations or good old email.

  • Prevent breaking your GraphQL schema

    Identify unused fields and types and prevent breaking changes to your schema based on actual usage data from your users.

Combine with caching

Works great with Stellate GraphQL Edge Caching

  • Understand your global latency

    Most GraphQL APIs sit in one data center. Monitor your global latency and verify the performance boost your users get through edge caching.

  • Get cache hit rate insights

    Understand how the attributes of your various data types affect the cache hit rate of individual queries.

  • Check your purging analytics

    Whether auto invalidated from mutations or manually invalidated from the API, Metrics show when and what is being purged from the cache.

  • Become a pro in cache debugging

    Track every request and its cache state. Monitor your cache hit rate and understand why certain requests are being cached and others are not.

What are you waiting for?

It takes less than 5 minutes to set up a fully functional CDN for your GraphQL API.