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Server Monitoring with SMS & Email Integration

Server Monitoring with SMS & Email Integration

Nodmonit is a linux resource monitoring’s solution with SMS and/or email integration, that is datacenter and cluster aware, meaning you can have your computing cloud spread across anywhere you would like in the world and categorize it. It’s translatable, embeddable into your existing admin panel and easy to use.

Main features

  • Real-time monitoring.
  • Real-time resource usage graphs.
  • Just plugin into your existing admin panel! You don’t need a separate login panel, you can just plug the nodmonit dashboard into your existing workflow!
  • SMS and/or E-mail notification: Be notified when resources reach a given threshold (Twilio/SMTP account necessary)
  • Datacenter-aware: is your cloud on EC2? Linode? DigitalOcean? It doesn’t matter, you can spread your tech wherever you like and monitor them all in just one place.
  • Translatable: If your language is not available, you can translate the interface yourself with a simple JSON file.
  • Keep all your data to yourself! Existing solutions in the web requires you to use an external service, with nodmonit you are in control.
  • Two color options: dark and light.

What is monitored?

  • RAM
  • LOAD
  • DISK
  • CPU
  • SWAP
  • Number of open files

What languages are available?

Currently only English and Portuguese-Brazilian are available. But you can easily translate to your own language.

Where does it work?

Works in all major versions of:

  • Ubuntu
  • Debian
  • Fedora
  • CentOS

If for some reason it doesn’t work for your distro I will be happy to help you and send you a refund if necessary.

Requirements

  • Have root access to the target machines (only to install, not to run)
  • You must be a tech person and be comfortable using the terminal, shell commands and installing packages
  • SSH

Dependencies

  • mongodb
  • nginx/apache or any other webserver
  • curl (for the agents)
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