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Librato vs OpsDash: What are the differences?

Librato: Real-Time Cloud Monitoring. Librato provides a complete solution for monitoring and understanding the metrics that impact your business at all levels of the stack. We provide everything you need to visualize, analyze, and actively alert on the metrics that matter to you; OpsDash: All-in-one solution for monitoring servers, services, uptime and databases. Curated Dashboards. Rule-based alerting. OpsDash an all-in-one solution for monitoring servers, services, uptime & databases. It's been built from the ground up for maximum performance. OpsDash is fast to setup and easy to use. Available in SaaS and self-hosted versions.

Librato and OpsDash belong to "Performance Monitoring" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by Librato are:

  • REST API accepts any metrics you define
  • Turnkey integration with AWS, Heroku, collectd, and more
  • Integrates with more than 100 open-source agents, and language bindings

On the other hand, OpsDash provides the following key features:

  • monitor servers, services and databases
  • smart agent
  • easy to setup and use
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Pros of Librato
Pros of OpsDash
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    Easy setup
  • 8
    Great visualization
  • 4
    Heroku integration
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    Free tier
  • 2
    Alerting
  • 2
    Easy setup
  • 2
    Nice dashboards
  • 2
    Smart Agent
  • 2
    Database Monitoring Dasboards
  • 1
    Affordable
  • 1
    Uptime Monitoring
  • 1
    Alerting
  • 1
    Integrations

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What is Librato?

Librato provides a complete solution for monitoring and understanding the metrics that impact your business at all levels of the stack. We provide everything you need to visualize, analyze, and actively alert on the metrics that matter to you.

What is OpsDash?

OpsDash an all-in-one solution for monitoring servers, services, uptime & databases. It's been built from the ground up for maximum performance. OpsDash is fast to setup and easy to use. Available in SaaS and self-hosted versions.

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