What is Cabot?
Cabot is a free, open-source, self-hosted infrastructure monitoring platform that provides some of the best features of PagerDuty, Server Density, Pingdom and Nagios without their cost and complexity. Monitor services (e.g. "Stage Redis server", "Production ElasticSearch cluster") and send telephone, sms or hipchat/email alerts to your on-duty team if those services start misbehaving or go down - all without writing a line of code.
Cabot is a tool in the Monitoring Tools category of a tech stack.
Cabot is an open source tool with 4.6K GitHub stars and 503 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Cabot's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Cabot?
8 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Cabot.
Why developers like Cabot?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Cabot
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- Alerts based on: Metrics from Graphite, Status code and response content of web endpoints, Jenkins build statuses
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