Linux Monitoring

Linux monitoring proactively detects and troubleshoots performance issues in your Linux servers and applications. It facilitates increased availability and optimal performance of your Linux servers.

Monitor Linux servers and distributions for pivotal parameters to mitigate server issues for business continuity. Receive real-time alerts, instant remediation, and in-depth reports with our Linux monitoring tool.

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Linux server monitoring simplified

Linux performance metrics

Get visibility on your Linux servers with more than 60 performance metrics including load average, CPU, memory, disk, network bandwidth utilization, recent events, and Linux processes.

Process monitoring

Monitor the performance of services and processes running on Linux servers with metrics including thread count, handle count, individual CPU and memory usage of each of these processes.

Automate fault resolution

Automate incident remediation with Site24x7's IT Automation tools and make your IT operations more agile and efficient. Stay ahead of potential issues and act in advance without any manual intervention.

Linux distribution and OS support

Get support for various Linux distributions, including Ubuntu, Debian, Red Hat, CentOS, Rocky Linux, Alma, Amazon, SUSE, Fedora, OSX, FreeBSD, IBM AIX, Oracle Solaris, Raspberry Pi, Mandriva, CoreOS, & Gentoo.

Comprehensive Linux monitoring tool

File, Directory, and Syslog Monitoring

Track changes to files, directories, and syslogs

Receive notifications for even the most minor changes that occur in your Linux server's ports, log files, directories, and Linux syslogs. Set thresholds by specifying keywords, severities levels, and facility levels, and receive instant notifications whenever these thresholds are breached.

Intuitive dashboards and in-depth reports

Ensure optimal server performance and analyze the same periodically using scheduled reports. Also, understand your Linux ecosystem better using disk usage, agent inventory, and top N reports for CPU, memory, and disk reports.

Linux monitoring dashboard
Prometheus and StatsD Metrics Monitoring

Monitor metrics pushed via Prometheus and StatsD

Track your applications and servers monitored by Prometheus and StatsD and get deep visibility into your infrastructure. Collect, aggregate, and monitor key performance metric types including Timer, Counter, Gauge, and Set to stay ahead of all server issues.

Monitor Docker, Hadoop, and Kubernetes

Track all your containerized applications orchestrated by Kubernetes and Docker. Monitor critical resource metrics, events, and cluster status from Kubernetes and Docker in a single console. Also, analyze the overall health of Hadoop clusters and the usage trends of the Hadoop Distributed File System. View the status of individual DataNodes and detect the abnormal growth of files or directories using exclusive dashboards.

Container monitoring

100+ Plugin Extensions

Redis Monitoring


MySQL Monitoring


NGINX Monitoring


Nagios Integration


Apache Zookeeper Monitoring

Apache Zookeeper

Elasticsearch Monitoring


Apache Kafka Monitoring

Apache Kafka

HAProxy Monitoring


ActiveMQ Monitoring


Apache Tomcat Monitoring

Apache Tomcat

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Hear it from our customer


We use Site24x7 to monitor our servers and I have to say, it gives us great insight into what the users see as the performance of the system instead of what the server thinks the performance is – users are not concerned by CPU, memory or I/O they are interested in response times and availability. We also use Site24x7 to alert us to slow servers as well as outages of the server – in most cases we are aware of server issues before the client is aware of it – which is invaluable to building a strong client relationship. I have not seen anything else that gives us the breadth of monitoring points that we need, keep up the good work.

Rick Pearson, Director at The Ripe Group
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