Create Monitoring Rules
By installing mackerel-agent in your hosts, resource data will be collected and sent to Mackerel where, by setting your personal preferences and designating monitoring rules to your own specifications, this data can be monitored to a high degree of detail and customizability. With Mackerel you can monitor standard metrics such as CPU and memory usage and load average, as well as customized metrics like JVM, Amazon RDS, and ELB.
Establish threshold parameters for each monitoring rule at two levels, “warning” and “critical”. In the event a threshold is crossed Mackerel will alert you via all of the notification channels you have linked to your account. Find solutions to problems by being able to view and analyze alerts chronologically.
Receive alert notifications through the channel most convenient to you. Mackerel has the capability to send notifications not only by email, but also through a variety of services such as Slack, Webhook, and more. We are continuously adding services that can cooperate with Mackerel to make notifications even more flexible and convenient.
Reasons for choosing Mackerel
Monitoring and Alerts
Server monitoring conditions can be configured flexibly and many external services are supported to receive alert notifications, thus the user can respond promptly when a problem occurs with their system.
All sorts of numerical values including latency and sales proceeds can be visualized. You can also post the indices that you want to check every day in Mackerel.
You can visualize metrics and events of various AWS products with simple configurations and multilaterally monitor complex AWS service groups.
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