Amon automatically syncs all your cloud servers from Amazon, DigitalOcean, Rackspace and Linode.
Amon monitors every important process on your server out of the box, making it easy for you find performance issues fast.
|mongod||60%||1300MB||600KB | 1.1MB|
|nginx||25%||128MB||1MB | 1.1MB|
|python||6%||78MB||134KB | 200KB|
Want to get specific metrics from your MySQL Database or Nginx web server. In a regular
server monitoring tool this requires 15-20 wasted minutes - creating read only users, tweaking config files, installing dependencies, etc.
With Amon you can install every plugin with a single line of code. For example:
$ amonpm install redisdb
In addition Amon has a full Collectd integration, bringing the number of supported plugins to over 90. Monitor anything on your server - from MySQL all the way to AMQP or ZFS ARC.
With Amon Dashboards you can organize your metrics the way it makes most sense for your aplications and workflow. Dashboards can be shared easily with your clients or your team.See a Live Dashboard
Sometimes when you debug your applications you may want to temporarily pause alerting. In Amon you can do that with 1 click.
Micromanaging alerts is really painful. With Amon you can set just a few global alerts once and you are done.
You can get really specific and set alerts for every single process on your servers.
Installing Amon is a single line of code, installing the Amon agent is a single line of code. Installing a plugin like MySQL, nginx, Redis, MongoDB, Apache, etc. is again - one line of code.
As a matter of fact in Amon spending more than 15 seconds in the terminal, installing dependencies manually are all considered as bugs. We guarantee you that these are things you will be doing a lot with just about any server monitoring tool out there.
This makes Amon perfect for agile, flexible companies, where collecting and analyzing performance data is crucial, but spending time and resources on installing and supporting third party services is not a priority. Building an awesome product and talking to customers is.
The cost of Amon is just a fraction of the cost of using a cloud monitoring service. These services are very expensive and can cost considerably just to monitor a few hosts and you have to pay each month. An Amon license on the other hand is a small one-time cost and the license does not expire.
The cost is also minuscule compared to similar commercial systems and only a fraction of the cost if you count work hours required to setup and configure a comparable open-source system.
Out of the box it collects all system metrics like CPU, Load, Memory, Disk and Network usage.
Amon is one of the few monitoring tools that collects Memory, CPU, and I/O data for every process running on your server. This will help you pinpoint problems affecting the server performance, but not directly related to your apps.
Amon syncs your servers from your Amazon, DigitalOcean, Linode and Rackspace accounts, so you don't have to add them manually.
Amon has plugins for all the popular applications like MySQL,
Postgres, MongoDB, Redis, nginx, Apache, etc.
Installing a plugin in Amon is a single line of code:
$ amonpm install postgres
This simple command will install all system and plugin dependecies, create read only users, tweak configuration files,
Compare that to almost every monitoring tool out there where you usually have to do that manual labor on your own, sometimes losing over 30 minutes for a single plugin.
Amon has a full collectd integration, bringing the number of supported plugins to over 90. In addition to that - you can easily create a custom plugin in a couple of lines of code.
With Amon your performance data is not locked behind an API - it is stored in a MongoDB
database your team can access.
That means - no more waiting for some third party service implementing an API endpoint for the metrics important for your startup. No more wasted dev time when they decide to deprecate their API and make some backward incompatible changes.
With Amon you can get any metric in a couple of lines of code, analyze, chart and integrate it in services like IFTT, Slack, Statuspage, Ducksboard, etc.