StackState positions itself as next-gen AIOps and monitoring solution, by combining data and assisting troubleshooting across teams and tools.

Building a topology of applications and infrastructure components is at the core of StackState's offering, pulling in data from various other tools and providers, such as ServiceNow, AWS, Azure, and application deployment tools. By maintaining a map of dependencies between those resources, StackState can then collect monitoring data on various levels and assess the significance of incoming alerts - for example, which applications and processes may be affected when a database is no longer responsive. The tool attempts to narrow down streams of anomalies and alerts to the underlying root causes.

StackState was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in the Netherlands, belonging to the XebiaLabs group. Iis mentioned in GartnerMarket Guide for AIOps (Nov 2018) as well as the "Cool Vendors in Performance Management" report 2019