Dashbird vs SeaLion: 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, SeaLion is detailed as "Quickly diagnose problems with your Linux servers". SeaLion is a cloud based system monitoring tool for Linux servers. Getting started is as easy as executing a command. It installs an agent at /usr/local/sealion-agent and runs as an unprivileged user (sealion). This agent will collect data at regular intervals across servers and this data will be available on your workspace. The latest version is shipped with 5 default services namely Apache, NGINX, MongoDB, MySQL, Redis.
Dashbird and SeaLion can be categorized as "Performance Monitoring" tools.
Some of the features offered by Dashbird are:
- Full text search
On the other hand, SeaLion provides the following key features:
- Raw output. No learning curve
- Quickly identify critical issues
- Historical analysis