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Librato vs Server Density: What are the differences?

Librato: Real-Time Cloud Monitoring. Librato provides a complete solution for monitoring and understanding the metrics that impact your business at all levels of the stack. We provide everything you need to visualize, analyze, and actively alert on the metrics that matter to you; Server Density: Trusted monitoring built by experts. SaaS-based scalable infrastructure monitoring to help businesses save time and money. With advanced server and website monitoring alerts, graphing tools and integrations with all major cloud service providers.

Librato and Server Density can be categorized as "Performance Monitoring" tools.

Some of the features offered by Librato are:

  • REST API accepts any metrics you define
  • Turnkey integration with AWS, Heroku, collectd, and more
  • Integrates with more than 100 open-source agents, and language bindings

On the other hand, Server Density provides the following key features:

  • Open source agent, plugin library, full API and Nagios compatibility
  • Automatic install via script, system packages, Puppet, Chef, Ansible & Salt Stack
  • Apps for iOS, Android, Apple TV and Slackbot
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    Great visualization
  • 4
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    Free tier
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    Alerting
  • 1
    Great support and continuous improvement
  • 1
    Great interface, accurate, simple setup

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What is Librato?

Librato provides a complete solution for monitoring and understanding the metrics that impact your business at all levels of the stack. We provide everything you need to visualize, analyze, and actively alert on the metrics that matter to you.

What is Server Density?

SaaS-based scalable infrastructure monitoring to help businesses save time and money. With advanced server and website monitoring alerts, graphing tools and integrations with all major cloud service providers.

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