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50 Top Server Monitoring & Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Solutions

August 6th 2017 Update: This list now contains 70 Top Server Monitoring & Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Solutions. Back in 2014, I compiled a list of the top 20 server performance monitoring solutions. Largely because I already had a list saved locally for my own reference. Sharing that list publicly was a great way to gain feedback and recommendations on […]

Does your Linux server need a RAM upgrade? Lets check with free, top, vmstat and sar.

Based on the output of ‘free -m’ on a 1GB VPS and taking into consideration the amount of swap space in use – details below – a RAM upgrade was necessary. Required was a minimum of 3GB of RAM multiplied by 2 = 6GB. This ensures that there’s adequate memory available for buffers/cache. There’s  This article will walk you though […]

20 Top Server Monitoring & Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Solutions

UPDATE: 50 Top Server Monitoring & Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Solutions Back in September I wrote about an article than touched on the subject of server performance monitoring.  Then just last month a LinkedIn connection asked: “I am using New Relic to monitor my cloud servers but need an alternative. Any suggestions?” I wanted to share and […]