Infrastructure Monitoring

Monitor the health of your servers and hosts in real-time. Identify the hosts, processes that consume the most memory and CPU, analyze the load averages, disk usage and I/O wait times.

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Infrastructure Monitoring

Monitor your entire Infrastructure in real-time.

Get an overall view of the performance of hosts, CPU, memory and disk utilization, network in/out packets, the performance of the processes involved, slow downs of hosts and how to resolve them.

Host Monitoring

See CPU, memory, disk, network utilization of all your servers in a single place. You can filter servers' metrics using tags, hostnames, disks, network interfaces and more.

Process Monitoring

See all processes that are running on the servers. This is helpful in identifying the processes that use a large amount of memory and CPU and consume more file descriptors.

Health Checks

Setup a check to monitor the health (uptime) of apps running on the servers. You will be notified when the application fails to respond or is down.

Packages Tracking

Atatus collects information about the installed packages on every host. You can see the names of the packages and their respective versions in any host.

Host Monitoring

Get complete insight into the utilization of your servers or cloud instances. You can monitor all key performance metrics of your hosts. Some of the key metrics are: CPU usage, memory usage, i/o wait time, disk usage, network in/out packets, load averages and more.

Host Monitoring

Process Monitoring

Process monitoring provides an in-depth overview of the processes and its metrics such as, CPU usage, memory usage and file descriptor count.

Process Monitoring

Health Checks

Checks can be a replacement for your existing Nagios or Consul setup. Using checks you can monitor the health (uptime) of apps running on the hosts and you can also set up alerts to notify when the app is down or has failed to respond.

Health Checks

Packages Tracking

Packages tracking collects information about packages installed on the servers. You can easily identify the servers which shares the particular version of a package. If any package has security vulnerability, you can easily view what servers have that particular version of the package.

Packages Tracking