Best Free Monitoring system for Linux

Rasho

Linux System Administrator with over 8 years experience in administering production level servers (CentOS/Ubuntu/Debian with apache2/nginx, mysql server, etc)

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  1. You missed Check_MK and its Open Monitoring Distribution: http://omdistro.org

  2. Tatjana Dubrovica says:

    Not included NetXMS opensource monitoring system. http://www.netxms.org/details/

  3. Greg Eames says:

    I have recently come across Glances, which seems good for individual system monitering. I have not tried it yet though.

  4. Ola Sandström says:

    You missed op5 Monitor as well. http://www.op5.com/download-op5-monitor/, free version givs you 20 hosts to monitor with unlimited services.

  5. Bruce Ferrell says:

    you left out one of the oldest and easiest xymon https://www.xymon.com/. It started life as an add on to Big Brother (no longer free and owned by Dell by way of acquisition of Quest Software)

  6. Jean-François says:

    and zenoss http://www.zenoss.org/

  7. laama says:

    i don’t see munin. http://munin-monitoring.org/

  8. mjb california says:

    You also left out ‘gkrellm’ which displays its hardware monitors in panels and can monitor across a network.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GKrellM

  9. Heidrich, Attila says:

    I think RHQ also worth a look. http://rhq-project.github.io/rhq/#home

  10. Andy says:

    Icinga is worth mentioning, as it’s sort of the successor of nagios.

  11. dep says:

    Comon! This is old view of Nagios!

  12. mazyco says:

    Shinken – http://www.shinken-monitoring.org/
    Nagios in Python world but with very interesting gui

  13. Ivan says:

    Librenms , being using to manage automatic backup of network devices, cisco etc. Very simple to setup.

  14. Jan says:

    You spelled Icinga wrong. It’s not “Incinga”, as your screenshot and link to the homepage show.

  15. Diego Bellini says:

    What about Sensu ? To me is the one of the best solutions for the DevOps

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