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  • Morpheus

    Morpheus

    Morpheus is an agnostic cloud management platform (CMP) designed to unify management of multi-cloud and hybrid IT for DevOps teams. It can be used for application lifecycle management, migrating between clouds, and orchestrating hybrid cloud deployments.  Its features include automatic monitoring and logging, automatic backups, self-service provisioning of app components, built-in monitoring and incident management, and on-demand scaling and cloning. Users find it to be relatively easy to setup and implement, and it speeds up provisioning and deployments considerably.

  • Dokku

    Dokku

    Dokku is an open source, self-hosted, and extensible platform as a service (PaaS) that makes deploying applications simple using Git. It is designed to be a single-host version of Heroku, but with a more limited feature set. Dokku can be thought of as a mini-PaaS for simple deployments, such as or hobby and side projects that do not require high availability. It is also a good solution for internal services.

    Dokku has a number of plugins that work reasonably well out of the box, including Postgres, Maria DB, Mongo, and Redis. However, because they are supported by the community, some may experience issues or be out of date.

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    Pingdom

    Pingdom’s website monitoring platform enables you to monitor your website’s availability and performance with features like uptime monitoring, real user monitoring, synthetic interaction testing, page speed monitoring, alerting, and root cause analysis. It also offers a popular free tool, the Pingdom Website Speed Test, which can be used to test your website or a competitor’s website for load time, page size, and performance in general. Pingdom was acquired by SolarWinds in 2014.

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    Nagios

    Nagios provides enterprise-class open source monitoring including data gathering, data archiving, dashboards, and alerting for systems, networks, and infrastructure. Its products include Nagios XI for server and network monitoring, Nagios Log Server for centralized log management, Nagios Network Analyzer for netflow analysis, and Nagios Fusion for a centralized view of monitoring infrastructure.

    Originally released in 2002, Nagios is one of the older monitoring tools still available today. Its strengths lie in its scalability for simple and static setups, easy to understand plugin architecture, and deep ecosystem of plugins for extending functionality. It also has a number of popular direct alternatives including Check_MK, which began life as a Nagios extension, and Icinga, a Nagios fork.

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  • Keen

    Keen IO

    Keen IO is a platform built for developers to ship custom user-facing metrics. It can collect, store, enrich, and then send data to systems like Amazon S3.

    Similar to Mixpanel and Kissmetrics, Keen IO provides a code snippet to put in your application, website, or server, at which point it begins recording event data like clicks and conversions. Keen IO has a cloud database that stores that event data, analytics APIs that can run counts, sums, funnels, and more, and visualization tools that allow you to chart and display your data in dashboards.

     

     

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  • Opsgenie

    Opsgenie

    Opsgenie by Atlassian is a cloud-based incident management platform for operating always-on services. It provides reliable alerts, on-call schedule management, and escalations. In terms of standout features, it has a quiet hours feature that lets you disable alerts, as well as a heartbeats feature that generates notifications if scheduled jobs don’t check in within the allotted timeframe. OpsGenie has a friendly UI that’s easy to use, as well as competitive pricing.

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  • Elastic Beats

    Beats

    Beats are lightweight data shippers that can be installed as agents on your servers to send specific types of operational data to Elasticsearch. Beats have a small footprint and use fewer system resources than Logstash. Elastic provides Beats for capturing audit data, log files, availability, metrics, network traffic, and Windows event logs. Beats can also be created and shared with the open source community.

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  • Moogsoft

    Moogsoft

    Moogsoft provides Algorithmic IT Operations (AIOps) solutions that streamline IT incident resolution. Features include noise reduction, agile workflows, event clustering and correlation, and root cause analysis.

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  • PagerDuty

    PagerDuty

    PagerDuty is an incident management platform for IT departments that provides reliable incident notifications via email, push, SMS, and phone, as well as automatic escalations, on-call scheduling, and other functionality to help teams detect and fix infrastructure problems quickly.

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  • Rollbar

    Rollbar

    Rollbar provides real-time error alerting and debugging tools for developers. Its features include support for all major languages including JS, PHP, Ruby, .Net, and WordPress, smart error grouping, code deployment tracking, custom log messages, JavaScript source maps, and full-text searching.

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  • Raygun

    Raygun

    Raygun is a cloud-based monitoring and bug tracking platform that offers crash reporting, application performance monitoring, and real user monitoring. Features include a powerful search function built on ElasticSearch that allows you to drill in with query modifiers, smart notifications, application health charts, and excellent support for languages like Ruby, Java, JavaScript, PHP, .NET, ColdFusion, and more.

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  • Graphite

    Graphite

    Graphite is a free, open source tool that monitors and graphs numeric time-series data, which is typically collected from collection daemons or other monitoring solutions, such as Nagios or Prometheus. Once the data is collected, Graphite has a built-in UI that provides useful visualizations via its Django web application. Graphite can be used to track the performance of websites, applications, business services, and networked servers.

    While Graphite does not provide plug-ins, there are a lot of existing tools that are Graphite-compatible. Grafana is often used with Graphite to extend its functionality.

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