Dashbird vs Inspeqtor: What are the differences?
Developers describe Dashbird as "Monitoring and troubleshooting for serverless applications". Dashbird gives full visibility into serverless architectures. Failure detection, monitoring and debugging capabilities for AWS Lambda and event sources. Get up and running in 5 minutes without any performance overhead or code changes. On the other hand, Inspeqtor is detailed as "Easy application infrastructure monitoring". Inspeqtor monitors your application infrastructure. It gathers and verifies key metrics from all the moving parts in your application and alerts you when something looks wrong. It understands the application deployment workflow so it won't bother you during a deploy.
Dashbird and Inspeqtor can be categorized as "Performance Monitoring" tools.
Some of the features offered by Dashbird are:
- Full text search
On the other hand, Inspeqtor provides the following key features:
- Monitor init.d-, systemd-, upstart-, runit- or launchd-managed services
- Monitor process memory and CPU usage
- Monitor daemon-specific metrics (e.g. redis, memcached, mysql, nginx...)
Inspeqtor is an open source tool with 1.63K GitHub stars and 73 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Inspeqtor's open source repository on GitHub.