With Amon you can easily collect all your cloud, system and application metrics.
Build and share interactive dashboards with a few clicks
When a problem occurs - get notified on any device or platform.
Single binary collector agent, making deployment at scale a breeze.
Monitor cloud, VMs and bare metal servers. Works great on Linux and Windows.
Install automatically on all your servers with your favorite provisioning tool.
All your system metrics out of the box. CPU, Memory and I/O data for every process running on your servers - no configuration required.
Every monitoring platform out there will limit you to their own collector agent. When a plugin is missing, you have to waste your time creating custom ones.
With Amon - you have 10+ native plugins and you can create custom plugins in one line of code. On top of that, Amon can collect metrics from 150+ Sensu plugins and 30+ Telegraf plugins.
See any system, process or plugin metric from all your hosts or group of hosts on a single chart. Automatically updated as you add or remove servers.
Setup an alert on any native or 3rd party metric and receive notifications by email, chat or your iOS/Android device.
Amon is fully compatible with both Nagios and Sensu checks, giving you the option to monitor thousands of specific metrics out of the box.
Write your own custom checks with a couple of lines of code in your favorite scripting language.
Compared to the regular monitoring solutions, with Amon you can create checks directly from the browser and thanks to the remote engine - Amon is going to distrubute and execute them in real-time.
Stop paying by the metric or per host. Monitor as many servers as you need, customize data retention and density resolution for each one.
Don't want your monitoring in the cloud. Amon Enterprise is the self-hosted version of Amon that you can easily install behind your firewall.
The hosted and Enterprise version of Amon are identical. If you would like to try Amon before buying, please fill the 14 days Free Trial Form
Server uptime and resource monitoring are a crucial part of the service that we provide. It helps to detect issues before they come serious problems, give our clients peace of mind and reduce the number of hours we spend fixing things. We shopped around and found a number of great SaaS products but all came with high recurring costs. There are also data protection issues surrounding their use, and a general feeling that we’d be a small fish in their large ocean when it came to feature requests.
I’m glad that we found Amon. It works great, is easy to set up and the monitoring/alerting is on par with the best SaaS products at a tiny fraction of the price. We control everything so the data protection issues are much less significant. It fits nicely into our work-flow with its web hook and plugin functionality, and Martin has been extremely helpful with support and feature requests. Overall, I would recommend Amon to anyone looking for a monitoring solution that they control.
Here at Sharpstream we have always been looking for new ways to monitor our vast array of servers. We currently use Amon to keep an eye on usage stats for our servers and also on a specific process level.
We have tried using techniques such as SNMP and SSH as ways to monitor to servers but always seen errors with software unable to keep up and found servers not showing every metric every minute. I came across Amon and liked the fact it was a simple module to install on the server which reports all of the required metrics direct to the monitoring server. I am also keen to look further into their modules for apache and nginx which will enable us to monitor even more data and enhance our monitoring further.
I have found their support to be excellent and they have always been open to improvements we thought would be helpful for our specific requirements. Updates are very regular including new features such as the remote execution that looks very interesting as we have always wanted to easily manage our servers through automating scripts.
I was using zabbix and one day after wasting a lot of time make some minor changes to it I started looking to what alternatives are out there. I found Amon and it caught my eye immediately with it's simplicity and ease of use. I started to use it mainly as a test but after a few months I already started using it as the main monitoring system for the system I manage.
Martin always resolves any bug I might find and pushes an update asap, also he already implemented several suggestions I made to improve Amon.