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10 Best Open Source Monitoring Software for IT Infrastructure

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  1. Complete monitoring and alerting for servers, switches, applications, and services

  2. Track, record, alert and visualize performance and availability of IT resources


  3. Checkmk - the software for effective IT monitoring

    freemium €600.0 / Annually

    First Home Lab Setup - Any suggestions or advice? about about 13 hours ago:

    Checkmk - Infrastructure & Application Monitoring (
  4. An open-source systems monitoring and alerting toolkit.

    2 Widespread Attacks on Your Containerized Environment and 7... about about 15 hours ago:

    Prometheus and Grafana. Prometheus is a logging component that “scrapes” information from your container and puts it into a data source. The data sources can be SQL, NoSQL data storage. Also, Prometheus has an Alert Manager component. It allows users to create rule-based alerts. Grafana is a framework that helps to build complex UI dashboards. The dashboards can be easily configured to get data from Prometheus.
  5. Data visualization & Monitoring with support for Graphite, InfluxDB, Prometheus, Elasticsearch and many more databases

    Generate your own application with the CQRS design pattern... about about 14 hours ago

    Default configurations are availables in the generated project. As an example, a docker compose file is generated with monitoring solutions (InfluxDB Telegraf, Chronograf or Grafana). Here’s a sample project.
  6. Cacti is a complete network graphing solution. It provides a fast poller, advanced graph templating, multiple data acquisition methods, and user management features.

  7. Project home page of OpenNMS - a java based network managememnt platform developed under the Open Source model

  8. Icinga is a fork of Nagios and is backward compatible.

    Anyone using LibreNMS in production? about 17 days ago

    For alerting for Linux systems, I use Icinga with check_ssh and check_systemd (caveat: distributed primarily on PyPI) with Thruk as the single pane of glass front-end to per-datacenter installations of Icinga.
  9. Monitor everything in real time – for free


    Netdata cloud and data control about 3 months ago

    What I know is that each node's data is still primarily stored on the node itself, and I've figured that the Registry used by Netdata cloud stores only URLs and randomly generated UUIDs. So my question is, will any other data be stored outside of my nodes? Does Netdata Cloud have access to my servers 24/7 or only when I got a browser tab with Netdata cloud open? Is there more information on security and data...
  10. A fully featured network monitoring system that provides a wealth of features and device support.