Integrations
The Nodelizer Agent supports monitoring of most leading Unix Server Operating Systems & Virtual platforms. The light-weight Agent is installed as a daemon onto your Server device to monitor system performance & additional services.
Supported Services
Basic systems key performance metrics
Nodelizer offers you to monitor your system’s health and performance by collecting data of your system’s resources(The most essential part of any server) like CPU, Memory, Disk, Network and many other OS metrics for Linux, FreeBSD, Mac and more. Nodelizer also provides Process Monitoring and let you set alerts on individual (top) processes.
These metrics comprise of :
memory
Memory
Nodelizer helps you to monitor physical / cached / swap memory related to your system.
cpu_usage
CPU Usage
Nodelizer helps you to monitor your cpu execution by user, system, service interruption etc…
processes
Processes
Nodelizer helps you to learn the usage pattern of Processes by their Memory & CPU usage and their Instance counts.
disk_usage
Disk Usage
Nodelizer helps you to monitor disk utilization for different device mount points.
network_traffic
Network Traffic
Nodelizer helps you to transmitted & Received network traffic throughput for different interfaces.
io_stats
I/O
Nodelizer helps you to monitor I/O metrics like read / write / read Merged / write Merged per seconds.
load_average
Load Average
Nodelizer helps you to monitor Load Average for last 1, 5, 15 minutes.
tcp_connection
Network SYN Connection Count
Nodelizer helps you to get total counts for the SYN_RECV & SYN_SENT socket states.
Additional Application or Services
The Nodelizer Agent provides built-in support for monitoring the performance and availability of numerous popular Additional Services.
Web Server :
Database Server :
Mail Server / Mail Transfer Agent :
Caching Technology : Nodelizer provides support for following:
Other Technology :
Supported OS
Linux RHEL Based :
Redhat, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE (SUSE Linux Enterprise Server), CloudLinux,
Nodelizer Supports most popular Security concerned Redhat based Distro in the Linux Server community.
redhatfedoracentosopensusecloudlinux
Linux Debian Based :
Debian, Ubuntu, Ubuntu GNOME, Ubuntu MATE
Nodelizer Supports most popular Debian based Distro in the Linux community.
DebianUbuntu
Other Linux Flavours :
Arch Linux, Gentoo
Other famous Distro.
archlinuxgentoo
BSD :
FreeBSD
Nodelizer Supports following BSD based Distro in the Linux community.
freebsd
Mac OS X :
Nodelizer Supports Mac Server OS X also.
Mac OS X
Supported Virtual Platforms
Nodelizer provides Cloud Monitoring Support for Following Virtual Platforms.
vmware xenserver
Virtualization has played a key role in setting an environment for server client communication at low cost with enhanced customization compare to dedicated hardware setup for the same environment.
  • The large server can “host” many such “guest” virtual machines with less energy consumption. Means a new virtual machine can be ready-to-use as needed without the need for an up-front hardware purchase.
  • Comparatively Virtual servers are easy to relocate without moving physical server.
  • Cross platform application development and testing become easy.
The Nodelizer Agent is installed as a daemon(service) onto these platforms as well.
Nodelizer provide VMWare Host/Guest Monitoring…
  • Host System Info :
    Uptime, Product Name, CPU Detail, Adapters (Network, HostBus Count), Number of Vms.
  • Host Metrics :
    CPU Usage, Memory, Network Usage., Disk IO Commands, Disk IO Latency, Datastore Metrics.
  • Guest System Info :
    VM Name, Description, Guest OS, Power State, Snapshot Status (Displays whether any Snapshots are present on the VM or not), VM .vmx Path, Virtual Disks, Virtual NIC(s).
  • Guest Metrics :
    Number of vCPUs, MemorySize, Datastore Metrics, Overall Network Usage.
Nodelizer provide XENServer Host/Guest Monitoring …
  • Host System Info :
    Uptime, Server Name, Description, Product Name, CPU Detail, Number of Vms.
  • Host Metrics :
    CPU Usage, Memory, Network Usage, Domain0 Load Avg (Control domain OS’s load average), No. of Resident VMs, Storage Repository Metrics.
  • Guest System Info :
    VM Name, Description, Power State, Snapshot Status, VIFs (device, virtual network).
  • Guest Metrics :
    Number of vCPUs, vCPU Usage, Memory, (VIF)Network Usage, (VBD)Disk.