What is Opserver?
It is a monitoring system by the team at Stack Exchange, home of Stack Overflow. It independently monitors several systems as well as supports pulling data for an “all servers” view with respect to CPU, Memory, Network, and hardware stats.
Opserver is a tool in the Monitoring Tools category of a tech stack.
Opserver is an open source tool with 4.1K GitHub stars and 812 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Opserver's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Opserver?
- Can run under Windows, macOS, and Linux
- Can monitor Servers/Switches, SQL Server Clusters & Single Instances, Redis, Elasticsearch, Exception Logs (from StackExchange.Exceptional), HAProxy, PagerDuty, CloudFlare DNS, and more as we go
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