OpenNMS (or OpenNMS Horizon) is a free and open source, scalable, extensible, highly configurable and cross-platform network monitoring and network management platform built using Java. It’s an enterprise-grade network service management platform currently being
There are all kinds of Linux system monitoring tools such as top, htop, atop and many more that provide different output of system data such as resource utilization, running processes, CPU temperature and others.
In the past, we’ve covered lots of command-line based tools for monitoring Linux performance, such as top, htop, atop, glances and more, and a number of web based tools such as cockpit, pydash, linux-dash,
To maximize the end-to-end performance of services, applications and databases on a server, system administrators usually carry out custom performance tunning, using various tools, both generic operating system tools as well as third-party tools.
LibreNMS is an open source, powerful and feature-rich auto-discovering PHP based network monitoring system which uses the SNMP protocol. It supports a broad range of operating systems including Linux, FreeBSD, as well as network
Guider is a free and opens source, powerful system-wide performance analysis tool written mostly in Python for Linux operating systems. It is designed to measure amount of system resource usage and to trace system
In this article, we will explain one of the critical Linux system administration tasks – performance monitoring in regards to system/CPU load and load averages. Before we move any further, let’s understand these two
This article is the continuation of our Linux system monitoring series, today we’re talking about the most popular monitoring tool called htop, which is just reached to version 2.2.0 and comes with some cool
If you are looking for a low resource, speedy server statistics monitoring script, look no further than linux-dash. Linux Dash’s claim to popular is its slick and responsive web dashboard that works better on