Top free and open source log management software. As mentioned in the previous post, in my quest to find an alternative to Kiwi Syslog, I looked at a few Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings first, and then started exploring open source log managment projects.
I compiled the list below of all useful open source log management software I have found: NST Network Interface Bandwidth Monitor 2 - NST Wiki. A use case for the Bandwidth Monitor can be found in the Wiki article: "LAN Ethernet Maximum Rates, Generation, Capturing & Monitoring".
Older information is also available from the original NST Network Interface Bandwidth Monitor implementation. The following Bandwidth Monitor displays network traffic to and from the NST Wiki site. Gringonet.com - DNS Whois IP. README. Www.eLuna.org: eLuna Graph System. eLuna Graph System is an application written in Perl based on RRDTool and distributed under GNU General Public License.
Its aim is collection, and then presentation in graphic form, of data, to aid in monitoring of a Linux machine. By default, the application allows monitoring of the load, the CPU usage as a percent, memory use as a percent, number of processes, quantity of data transmitted via eth0 (In/Out) and percentage of disc space in use on /. It is nevertheless possible to add personalized elements to this. An application demo is available online at the following address: For more detailed information, please consult the README file.
RRDtool - RRDtool Gallery. MMS Inbound Simply parse of SNMPget from Vendor OID.
The graph display the actual volume of transactions for MMS submitions, from 3 differents devices, such as, Phone, VAS and MM4 (others operator). -- Alex Rivoltella <alessio.r-delme-@XYZ-tiscalinet.it>, 2006/3 VMware cluster memory quickstats This graph helps you visualize VMware cluster memory consumption and overcommitment over time. -- Raphael Schitz XYZ-schitz.net>, 2013/10 [demo] ZFS zpool usage This graph helps you visualize data and snapshots usage in a ZFS zpool. -- Raphael Schitz XYZ-schitz.net>, 2012/8 [demo] One-Wire Weather station with several temperature sensors One-Wire weather station using Simon Melhuish's OWW software. Total percentaged traffic in.
Bandwidth Monitoring Tools For Linux. Bandwidth in computer networking refers to the data rate supported by a network connection or interface.
One most commonly expresses bandwidth in terms of bits per second (bps). The term comes from the field of electrical engineering, where bandwidth represents the total distance or range between the highest and lowest signals on the communication channel (band). Bandwidth represents the capacity of the connection. The greater the capacity, the more likely that greater performance will follow, though overall performance also depends on other factors, such as latency. Bandwidthd BandwidthD tracks usage of TCP/IP network subnets and builds html files with graphs to display utilization.
The Enterprise-Class Open Source Network Monitoring Solution. Zabbix is used by many companies, from very small with just few devices, and up to very large ones with tens of thousands of devices under control.
Businesses representing different industries rely on Zabbix monitoring solution in order to find the right balance between keeping high SLAs and optimizing costs of managing IT environments. Zabbix monitoring software is used not only to supervise network and IT hardware, but often applied to monitor software and applications, KPIs, non-IT equipment, production facilities, embedded devices and in other areas described here. Start page – collectd – The system statistics collection daemon. Moodss and moomps. How To Install Puppet To Manage Your Server Infrastructure. Introduction Puppet, from Puppet Labs, is a configuration management tool that helps system administrators automate the provisioning, configuration, and management of a server infrastructure.
Planning ahead and using config management tools like Puppet can cut down on time spent repeating basic tasks, and help ensure that your configurations are consistent and accurate across your infrastructure. Untitled. Available Now: Free Server Monitoring as a core feature of New Relic app management - New Relic blog. When enough customer conversations include the phrase “You know, you ought to add server metrics to New Relic,” you get the hint.
So we started to seriously consider what it would take. And the more we thought about it, the more we realized that there were no server monitoring tools that captured and presented server performance data from the perspective of web app performance–as part of a single, comprehensive APM tool, fully integrated and built from the ground up. That was our approach–make a tool that developers and app deployment teams could use to quickly and confidently determine the impact of server health on web application performance.
Untitled. Untitled. Back in May we introduced Real User Monitoring, which expanded visibility upwards to measure performance in the user’s browser.
With the addition of Server Monitoring, we are expanding to look beyond the application itself and into the environment that it runs in. The Goal Application developers and Ops teams already use many different tools for monitoring their servers. But too many of these try to simply report every available piece of information to the user.
We take a different approach: our job at New Relic goes above simply providing information. Is my application (or server) performing well? Newrelic. iOpus Status Dashboard. Bandwidth Monitoring Tools For Linux. Moodss and moomps.