In one implementation, a system can include a tenant engine to maintain a plurality of tenant profiles with access to a first set of metrics of a plurality of metrics based on authorization via a certificate, a metrics engine to maintain a plurality of metrics derived from instrumentation of a plurality of applications, and a report engine to provide the first set of metrics in response to a report request when the report request is from a user associated with a first tenant profile of the plurality of tenant profiles and the first tenant profile is authorized to access the first set of metrics based on the certificate associated with a private key used to sign a first application of the plurality of applications.
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