CloudStats product overview
CloudStats is a website and server monitoring platform that monitors Linux and Windows-based servers. Organizations can utilize the solution by installing an Agent on their server. The Agent then collects and sends data to the monitoring platform every minute. Users can have peace of mind because this Agent uses secure SSL connections to send all data safely to the system.
CloudStats is cloud-based, making it simple for users to monitor any server or website from anywhere. Additionally, the software does not require system installation. It has a non-intrusive way of monitoring without affecting the performance of URLs or servers. It supports servers of all types, including cloud, VPS, and dedicated servers, as well as most operating systems, such as Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, and Windows. The tool is suitable both for business and personal use.
Pros of CloudStats
- The solution has 30-day data retention, its Graphs show data for a 30-day period for more comprehensive and informed monitoring.
- Its Remote Commands feature allows users to control the server remotely without the need for SSH. Users can manage servers via Slack.
Cons of CloudStats
- CloudStats does not have iOS/Android applications.
Breakdown of core features
The software enables IT teams to keep an eye on all resources of any Linux and Windows-based cloud or dedicated server. Furthermore, admins can manage any server from one panel.
CloudStats ensures a secure SSL connection while sending valuable server stats to the monitoring system. Technicians can monitor URLs and SSL expiry dates, and get alerts during DDoS attacks.
Users can view exactly which processes are consuming resources on servers, such as CPU, disk, RAM, and network usage with CloudStats. The platform lets IT teams keep tabs on Apache, MySQL, Mail, FTP, and DNS. In addition, system alerts and notifications allow users to timely detect and fix any failures in the server functionality and prevent downtime.
The software enables organizations to authorize system administrators to view the stats with appropriate user permissions.
(Last updated on 07/13/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)