Netdata is Real Time Server Health Monitoring Software
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Netdata is Real Time Server Health Monitoring Software

Netdata is an open source tool to visualize and monitor real-time metrics, optimized to accumulate all types of data, such as CPU usage, disk activity, SQL queries, visits to a website, etc.

INSTALLATION:

You can quickly install netdata on a Linux box (physical, virtual, container, IoT) with the following command:

bash <(curl -Ss https://my-netdata.io/kickstart.sh)

The above command will:

  1. install any required packages on your system (it will ask you to confirm before doing so),
  2. compile it, install it and start it
How to access netdata

http://serverip:1999

Netdata is open-source, free, super fast, very easy, completely open, extremely efficient, flexible and integrate-able.

It has been designed by SysAdmins, DevOps and Developers for troubleshooting performance problems, not just visualize metrics.



Key Terms:

  • Netdata

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