Modern monitoring & analytics
Get full visibility into modern applications Monitor, troubleshoot, and optimize application performance.
- Trace requests from end to end across distributed systems
- Track app performance with auto-generated service overviews
- Graph and alert on error rates or latency percentiles (p95, p99, etc.)
- Instrument your code using open source tracing libraries
See across systems, apps, and services
IfMetrics is a small utility for managing and monitoring Unix systems. IfMetrics conducts automatic maintenance and repair and can execute meaningful causal actions in error situations.
Analyze and explore log data in context
You can use IfMetrics to monitor daemon processes or similar programs running on localhost. IfMetrics is particularly useful for monitoring daemon processes, such as those started at system boot time from /etc/init/ For instance sendmail, sshd, apache and mysql.
Proactively monitor your user experience
You can also use IfMetrics to monitor files, directories and filesystems on localhost. IfMetrics can monitor these items for changes, such as timestamps changes, checksum changes or size changes. This is also useful for security reasons - you can monitor the md5 or sha1 checksum of files that should not change and get an alert or perform an action if they should change.