Linux Server Management

Linux servers
Linux Servers are popular in a wide range of uses due to the benefits and advantages of the free and open source software.

CloudMonix ensures the proper monitoring, management and automatic issue resolution for your Linux Servers in any environment, including Azure and on-premise. Set up CloudMonix and start getting deep insights into your system, avoid server failures and get top performance for your Linux Server resources.

Setting up a Linux Server monitoring in CloudMonix takes just a few minutes, since the most important metrics, alerts and automation are preconfigured in default templates.

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Performance Monitoring

Track performance metrics, like CPU and memory usage, free disk space, requests/sec, or any other performance counters. Receive notifications whenever metric values get out of specified range and address issues before anybody notices.

Application Monitoring

Track the statuses of applications running on top of your VMs. Track web and database server performance metrics. Monitor health of Linux services, processes and scheduled tasks. Check event logs for specific entries, and much more.

Crash Recovery

Ensure there are enough resources available for the most important applications and take action when things go wrong. Automatically reboot the server when free memory is low, restart memory hungry processes or crashed Linux services.

Linux Server Monitoring

CloudMonix provides a powerful set of monitoring features for Linux Servers. Rest assured that you will be notified of problems by immediate alerts rather than upset customers.

  • Monitor and get alerts on CPU, memory, disk, processes
  • Track any performance counters
  • Receive alerts on critical information from event logs
Linux server monitoring metrics

Linux Server Automation

Automation features for Linux Servers allow you to set up pre-programmed activities that are always at work to keep your systems at optimal levels.

  • Automatically restart failed Linux services
  • Automatically reboot the server according to a schedule
  • Execute custom Bash scripts

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