CloudLinux OS+, scheduled for release in Q4 2020, includes a new tool created to make life easier for hosting providers: Centralized Monitoring.
Centralized Monitoring enables sysadmins to monitor all their servers, determine the load on each one, and identify the users creating the most load. If a domain is using an inordinate amount of CPU, memory, or disk resources, this tool helps bring it under control.
Centralized Monitoring is being finalized right now, and we’re seeking beta testers to help us refine it. If you’d like to help shape this new tool to meet your requirements, we encourage you to sign up to become a beta tester.
A Helpful Tool For Hosting Firms
Unlike free tools, Centralized Monitoring is supported by a dedicated engineering team, and works well, with no configuration issues, right “out of the box.” Unlike any free tool, it’s integrated with LVE.
For hosting providers that need an efficient, effective way to do performance monitoring, Centralized Monitoring is the tool for them. It was designed specifically for hosters, and it’s included with CloudLinux OS+ at no additional cost.
A Detailed Look At Server Performance
Centralized Monitoring provides a detailed look at the load on any and all servers throughout your infrastructure. It enables sysadmins to easily monitor:
- Application availability
- Server performance (RAM, CPU, disks, system load, network, open files, IO)
- Hardware temperature
- Number of users
- Apache connections
- MySQL connections
- CPU steal time for VM
- Per-user resources (CPU, and physical memory usage, entry processes, IOPS, IO usage, MySQL CPU and IO usage)
Become A Beta Tester
We at CloudLinux are seeking beta testers to help us refine Centralized Monitoring. By becoming a beta tester, you’ll be able to help shape this new tool to meet your requirements.
To beta test Centralized Monitoring, just login to CLN and click on the CloudLinux OS+ beta testing banner.
Learn more information here