Netuitive vs Vector: What are the differences?
Netuitive: Full-stack monitoring and anomaly detection powered by behavior learning and analytics. Netuitive provides an adaptive monitoring, analytics, and anomaly detection platform for cloud infrastructure and web applications. By ingesting metrics from multiple data sources, Netuitive learns behaviors and utilizes pre-set dynamic policies that reduce the manual effort and human-guesswork typically required to monitor systems and applications. This unique technology enables IT operations and developers to automate performance analysis, detect relevant anomalies, and determine efficient capacity utilization; Vector: On-host performance monitoring framework which exposes hand picked high resolution metrics to every engineer’s browser, by Netflix. Vector provides a simple way for users to visualize and analyze system and application-level metrics in near real-time. It leverages the battle tested open source system monitoring framework, Performance Co-Pilot (PCP), layering on top a flexible and user-friendly UI. The UI polls metrics at up to 1 second resolution, rendering the data in completely configurable dashboards that simplify cross-metric correlation and analysis.
Netuitive and Vector belong to "Performance Monitoring" category of the tech stack.
Vector is an open source tool with 3.17K GitHub stars and 230 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Vector's open source repository on GitHub.