It’s drop-dead simple to monitor your Linux servers with Librato.
Beautiful preconfigured dashboards
CPU load, disk usage, Memory, Network,
Custom alerts & notification
Useful, elegant, flexible, and responsive, our Spaces UI will depict the health of your servers in real time.
Your servers are the foundation that your application depends on, and keeping an eye on their health is one of the most critical tasks to safeguard your infrastructure and scale your apps.
In this world of infrastructure as a service, servers come and go. But whether you have one server or hundreds, whether they are long lived or ephemeral, the Librato Agent instantly provides unparalleled visibility into the state of your CPU, memory and disk utilization. Our agent installs with one line of code and forms a rock-solid foundation to enable myriad turn-key integrations and monitor the things you care about.
In a matter of minutes, track these and other metrics that are vital to the well-being of your application.
|CPU||Idle, System, User, Wait, and others||See a high level overview of your compute workload with CPU metrics|
|Memory||Used, Free, Buffered, Cached, Swap, and more||Monitor the usage of memory and swap over time, and use these metrics to create alerts based on your own app patterns and needs|
|Network||Traffic and packets in, traffic and packets out, and others for all your interfaces||Monitor your server’s network usage across different interfaces in your system|
|Disks||IO Time and Weighted IO time, Read and Write Operations and octets, Read and Write disk time, pending operations, and more for all your disks||Monitor the available capacity of your server disks over time and create alerts to stay ahead of space problems.|
|File System||Inodes free, reserved and used||Keep on top of the inode count and avoid running out of inodes even when your disks are not very full.|
“We use Librato to aggregate all our metrics in one place and provide more detail about how everything’s performing - how often we’re running jobs, whether or not certain external services are responding in time.”
NICK ELSER, DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING, INSTACART