Hotjar vs Nagios vs Pingdom

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Decisions about Hotjar, Nagios, and Pingdom
Matthias Fleschütz
Teamlead IT at NanoTemper Technologies · | 2 upvotes · 90.3K views
  • free open source
  • modern interface and architecture
  • large community
  • extendable I knew Nagios for decades but it was really outdated (by its architecture) at some point. That's why Icinga started first as a fork, not with Icinga2 it is completely built from scratch but backward-compatible with Nagios plugins. Now it has reached a state with which I am confident.
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Pros of Hotjar
Pros of Nagios
Pros of Pingdom
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    • 53
      It just works
    • 28
      The standard
    • 12
      Customizable
    • 8
      The Most flexible monitoring system
    • 1
      Huge stack of free checks/plugins to choose from
    • 224
      Simple and reliable
    • 103
      Monitoring your websites
    • 75
      Easy to use dashboard
    • 65
      Email, text & twitter alerts
    • 43
      Free tier
    • 23
      Performance data
    • 14
      Detailed Reports
    • 11
      Email Reports
    • 9
      Mobile App
    • 9
      Root Cause Analysis
    • 1
      30-day risk free trial
    • 1
      Easy setup
    • 1
      IOS app

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    Cons of Hotjar
    Cons of Nagios
    Cons of Pingdom
    • 3
      Doesn't work with iframe
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      • 3
        UI is incredibly complicated
      • 3
        Expensive
      • 2
        Hard to set up alerts properly

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      What is Hotjar?

      See how visitors are really using your website, collect user feedback and turn more visitors into customers.

      What is Nagios?

      Nagios is a host/service/network monitoring program written in C and released under the GNU General Public License.

      What is Pingdom?

      Pingdom is an uptime monitoring service. When problems happen with a site that Pingdom monitors, it immediately alerts the owner so the problem can be taken care of.

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