Everyone loves cool charts and graphs, especially when they help you get the job done. LoadAVG gives you access to daily load on your server, and lets you compare load over different days giving you a better understanding of your systems.
View resource trends and patterns
Pinpoint high resource usage
Spot DOS and bandwidth hogs
Fine tune your performance
Understand your load and what makes your server sweat so you can manage resources and increase performance.
Throwing more hardware at the problem isn’t always the answer. Your server is a complex machine and you need to understand what keeps it running and what resources are being used in order to give it all shes got.
Access hardware resources at a glance
View software and process usage
Monitor your LAMP stack by application
Optimize your system for performance
Find out how optimizing your servers software can result in increases of up to 20x more horsepower.
Running your own server is a lot of work, but if you dont keep your system up to date and secure it will get hacked. We help you to understand and manage your security needs so you can keep your system secure.
Track security holes on your systems
Give you access to security data at a glance
Help you see whats open and whats not
Run regular scans and track usage
Over 2 million boxes get compromised every year, find out what you can do to stay off the list
With everything moving into the cloud, monitoring and managing your resources is becoming more critical then every before. Which is why we’ve created LoadAVG, software you can count on to keep you up and running.
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