NodeBeagle monitors key metrics, schedules commands and installs or updates packages on any number of your Linux servers and workstations from a centralised, cloud-based management console.
Analyse CPU, memory, disk and network usage over time.
NodeBeagle records key metrics at 1 minute intervals.
Keep tabs on your devices.
NodeBeagle alerts you when a device drops off-line or stops checking in.
Define conditions to receive alerts, like low disk space, high memory usage.
NodeBeagle also notifies you of pending package updates.
Update your distribution’s packages for all your devices with a single click.
Package installations and updates can be scheduled out-of-hours.
Execute a command to run on all of your devices.
Schedule commands to run out of hours.
Manage and monitor your devices from anywhere, on any device.
From your office, walking the dog or lay on the beach – you choose!
NodeBeagle’s light-weight agent captures real-time, on-board statistics about your Linux servers’ or workstations’ CPU, memory, disk and network usage.
The central, web-based console graphs these statistics so you can monitor both current usage and historical trends for any of your Linux devices.
No more shushing (SSH’ing) into every device individually to install or upgrade packages. Squash zero-day bugs in their tracks without impacting the working day by scheduling package upgrades in NodeBeagle.
New packages are installed, upgraded, and uninstalled from a single device, all your devices or a selection of your devices in the NodeBeagle console. You can schedule changes to happen immediately, or at any point-in-time in the future.
NodeBeagle requires a small agent running on each managed device. The agent runs on any Linux with a kernel version >= 2.6.23.
Advanced features like package management require (and we only support) the operating systems shown here.
The latest supported operating systems are always available on this knowledge base article.
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