Introduction is a system for real-time monitoring and prompt incident response of a IT infrastructure.

It consists of a central infrastructure and probes, that resides on monitored systems such as servers or network appliances. Probes collect various logs (operation system, applications, databases) and system metrics such as CPU usage, memory usage, disk space etc. Collected data are sent in real-time to central infrastructure for consolidation, orchestration, storage and evaluation. Thanks to its real-time nature, provides alerts for abnormal situation in perspective of system operation (e.g. is disk space running low), availability (e.g. is the application running?), business (e.g. is number of transaction below normal?) or security (e.g. any unusual access to servers?). provides extensive auditing ability. It means that it records every activity in your IT infrastructure and they can be reviewed anytime in the future. It is important feature in perspective of new data privacy regulations such as European sGDPR.

Probes can be deployed to physical servers, virtual servers or to a cloud.

Quick Start

Installation of the probe on Linux system uses syslog-ng as a probe on Linux system. Please follow instructions in the chapter describing syslog-ng installation to connect your Linux system to


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