Understand your software architecture like never before
Make better, faster design decisions. Identify hidden risks to system reliability.
Archium is an interactive architecture model of your distributed system, created automatically from your distributed tracing data.
a picture is worth
a thousand words
If your team is like most technology organisations, then you probably have some diagrams of your software architecture lying around somewhere.
But if you’re like most technology organisations, those diagrams are probably hard to find on your wiki, or they’re photos of a whiteboard sketch, or they’re out of date by 12 months, or they only include part of your system, or it’s not clear what a line between two boxes actually means, or…
all of the above!
Modern software architectures are getting more complex every day
Most organisations with an investment in bespoke software are now building increasingly complex distributed systems. Tech teams can no longer be expected to remember all the details of their system’s design.
Important questions like “Which components need to be available for this feature to work?” often can't be answered without searching through masses of code or speaking to a lot of people.
Archium can help you understand your system like never before.
Visualise every data flow
Now, Archium can give you an interactive architecture model that shows exactly what’s going on in your distributed system and help you to answer your most important questions.
This isn’t just high-level dependency diagrams resembling spaghetti. You can browse around your whole architecture, seeing exactly where data flows through your system, how it gets there, and why each component is involved.
Get a comprehensive, up-to-date and interactive architecture model of your system
Using data you're already collecting with distributed tracing, Archium provides your team with detailed diagrams just like this one for each business process that flows through your system. You can focus the service map on any component in your system, and see an analysis of all its upstream and downstream dependencies.
Your whole architecture becomes browsable through a beautiful, intuitive web application, complete with fast search and sharing-friendly links.
How does it work?
Getting your team an in-depth understanding of your system could hardly be easier.
Get access to the Archium SaaS app and download Archium's trace conversion tools.
(Don't worry, we don't really use floppy disks. Or paper planes.)
Use Archium's tools to export and convert your distributed tracing data, and upload it to the Archium SaaS app.
Browse around your automatically-created architecture model in Archium's SaaS webapp. Understand your system again. On-board new engineers quickly. Discover failure modes you never knew you had. Design a better future.
Get Early Access Now
Archium is currently in private beta, working with early adopters who are keen to try new tools to accelerate their teams and provide feedback on an evolving product.
We want to see your team succeed with Archium. As part of our private beta program, we'll work with you to get Archium set up and working for your unique environment.
We love hearing feedback from our customers and having an opportunity to make Archium what you need it to be. During private beta, all customers get a one month free trial of the Archium SaaS, which only starts once we've got your architecture model ready for your team to use.
Are you ready to understand your distributed system in depth?
Fill in your details below and we’ll send you a sample of the beautiful diagrams that Archium could provide for your system. If you like what you see, we can set up a short demo so you can see it live in action.
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