Linux Monitoring

Monitor critical performance metrics of your Linux operating systems and distributions including Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, Red Hat, Madriva, Fedora, SUSE, CoreOS, Raspberry Pi, and Arch Linux ARM.

View more than 60 performance metrics in a single dashboard.

Get in-depth visibility on critical metrics to ensure your Linux server is up and running at peak performance, including:

  • A quick summary of the status and performance of your server
  • Heat map analysis
  • Load average
  • CPU, memory, and disk utilization
  • Status, thread, and handle count of your services and processes
  • Network statistics such as bandwidth utilization

In addition to monitoring more than 60 performance metrics, you can automate incident remediation with Site24x7's IT Automation tools.

60+ Performance Metrics

Monitor your entire app stack with more than 50 plugin integrations.

Keep tabs on your hosts, devices, services, protocols, applications, and databases using more than 50 ready-to-install plugins, including MySQL, Redis, NGINX, Hadoop, GlassFish, Apache, and Tomcat. Harness the power of the open-source community and execute all your existing Nagios plugins by integrating with Site24x7.

If you can't find the plugin you're looking for, simply write your own using Python or Shell scripts.

50+ Plugin Integrations

Track changes to files, directories, and syslogs.

Receive notifications for even the most minor changes that occur in your Linux server's files, directories, and logs. Set thresholds by specifying keywords, severities levels, and facility levels, and receive instant notifications whenever these thresholds are breached.

These are some of the resources that we monitor:

Resources Monitoring

View intuitive reports in easily customizable dashboards.

Analyze trends and compare monitoring metrics using easy-to-understand reports and dashboards. Here are just a few of the performance reports we offer:

  • Availability Summary Report
  • Busy Hours Report
  • Health Trend Report
  • Performance Report
Performance Reports and Customizable Dashboards

How does Linux monitoring work?

Any root user or non-root user can install our Linux agent. Installing the Linux agent is a one-step process. You can also bulk install the agent onto multiple machines using Chef, Puppet, SaltStack, or Ansible.

Once the installation is successful, performance metrics including CPU, memory, and disk usage will be collected and sent to the Site24x7 data center, and you can view these metrics in the Site24x7 web client. Set thresholds and become instantly notified of any breach via email, SMS, or any of our third-party integrations like Slack and PagerDuty.

How does Linux monitoring work?