op5 Monitor provides powerful Linux monitoring capabilities on various components within the Linux operating systems such as RedHat, SuSe and CentOS. op5 Monitor provides you with the ability to keep an eye on various aspects of the Linux ecosystem such as KVM virtual machines, JAVA application servers, MySQL databases. By monitoring essential metrics within your Linux environment you can ensure that the servers and applications are up and also are runned at peak performance by monitoring CPU usage, memory, disk utilization, zombie processes and Disk I/O Stats.
Linux monitoring benefits
- Detect, identify and troubleshoot network outages and performance bottlenecks
- Increased Linux server, application and services performance, health and availability
- Complete monitoring of Linux operating systems and distributions – including operating system metrics and service state etc
- Unified view of all Linux monitored servers and components within the Linux operating system
Linux monitoring with op5 Monitor
In this Linux Monitoring video we will give you a quick tour covering Linux server and application monitoring. op5 Monitor provides you the ability to keep an eye on various aspects of the Linux ecosystem such as KVM virtual machines, JAVA application servers, MySQL databases and things like disk usage, system load, available updates and similar.
op5 Linux Monitoring capabilities
We are a great fit for Linux monitoring since our IT monitoring software is built on top of flexible and proven open source software. With op5 Monitor you can set up Linux monitoring on Linux server farms, applications and various components within the Linux Ecosystem.
- MySQL databases
- KVM virtual machines
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server
- Monitoring Linux/Unix servers via SNMP
- Full Nagios plugin capabilities
op5 Management packs for Linux monitoring SNMP
In a few simple steps you can add monitoring on a Linux server. Monitor various services such as disk usage, cpu usage, system load average, ram usage, swap usage, total processes, zombie processes, crond processes and more.
Member of the The Linux Foundation
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LinuxCon Europe 2015 speakers
Proud speaker at LinuxCon Europe 2015. Presented a case story together with our partner City Network: Optimal Utilization of KVM, OpenStack & IT monitoring Builds Leading IaaS.Download LinuxCon 2015 presentation