What is NGINX Amplify?
NGINX Amplify is a SaaS monitoring tool for NGINX. Amplify offers an easy way to implement NGINX monitoring, keep track of the infrastructure, and improve NGINX configuration by using static analyzer.
NGINX Amplify is a tool in the Monitoring Tools category of a tech stack.
NGINX Amplify is an open source tool with 227 GitHub stars and 43 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to NGINX Amplify's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses NGINX Amplify?
5 companies reportedly use NGINX Amplify in their tech stacks, including Chico Rei, NGINX Amplify, and web-app-stack.
30 developers on StackShare have stated that they use NGINX Amplify.
NGINX Amplify Integrations
PHP, nginx, Docker, MySQL, and Ubuntu are some of the popular tools that integrate with NGINX Amplify. Here's a list of all 7 tools that integrate with NGINX Amplify.
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NGINX Amplify's Features
- NGINX monitoring made easy — start in 3 simple steps, in under 5 minutes
- Metrics for NGINX, PHP-FPM, MySQL, Linux, and Docker
- Extended NGINX metric collector
- See NGINX connections, requests, HTTP status, response time, traffic, etc.
- Build your own graphs to see metrics per virtual host, HTTP status, and URI
- SLA overview page
- Static analyzer for NGINX configuration
- Practical advise on improving NGINX setup from the core NGINX team
- Track NGINX versions and branches
- Match NGINX version against the security advisories database
- SSL certificate monitoring
- Set up alerts for any collected metrics
- Tags and aliases for hosts
- Aggregate monitoring mode for Docker images
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