What is Apache?
The Apache HTTP server (or just "Apache") is one of the world's most popular web server software. It is open-source, highly customizable, and actively managed by the Apache Software Foundation. Apache is an integral part of the Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (LAMP) stack for web applications and allows users to deploy websites on the internet.
Monitor Apache web server performance
Get enhanced insights into the health of your Apache servers with real-time performance metrics in a single dashboard. Our Apache monitoring tool collects critical data, including CPU load, uptime, requests per second, and worker resource data, so you can identify issues like server overload and application downtime before they happen.
Visualize critical performance metrics
Ensure your customer-facing Apache services are up and running by leveraging key metrics to monitor server availability and performance.
Anticipate issues with instant alerts
Get instant notifications when values cross pre-defined threshold limits and swiftly take preventive or recovery measures.
Derive actionable insights with Apache logs
Compare and analyze incoming Apache log data and troubleshoot issues faster with an automatic Site24x7 AppLogs integration.
Create custom dashboards
Assemble data from different parts of your infrastructure with drag-and-drop widgets and build personalized dashboard views.