Server Density Stock
Server Density is a SaaS product that helps users manage and monitor their infrastructure.
About Server Density Stock
Server Density is a SaaS-based product that helps users manage and monitor their infrastructure. The tool syncs with major cloud providers and allows users to monitor their websites and servers from a single console, API, and mobile app; enabling them to diagnose problems, maintain uptime, and maximize performance. Server Density is available on Linux, Windows, OS X, and FreeBSD servers. Server Density offers automatic agent installation for Puppet, Chef, and Ansible as well as alternative installer for scripts and packages that works in any environment. Users can receive server monitoring alerts in the form of emails, SMS, push notifications, PagerDuty, and web hooks. They can stack, collect, and compare alerts with graph dashboards across servers and clusters. Metrics can be automatically pulled in from Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, and Rackspace. Server Density was launched in 2009 by David Mytton and is operated from London, United Kingdom.
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