Bleemeo

Labege, France
2015
Jul 28, 2021   |  By Florian Gabon
SSL is an acronym for Secure Sockets Layer. It's considered as a standard security technology, it serves as an Internet protocol by establishing an encrypted link between a browser and a web server. SSL is used to secure credit card transactions, data transfer and logins thereby preventing hackers from accessing private data.
May 12, 2021   |  By Florian Gabon
In this blog article, you will discover how to setup a complete monitoring of your PostgreSQL server with Bleemeo. Agent setup and dashboards creation will be covered.
Apr 15, 2021   |  By Florian Gabon
This blog article will cover how to monitor your nginx web server with Bleemeo, what is monitored and graphed by default and how to go further by configuring custom dashboards to have a global overview of your infrastructure.
Mar 31, 2021   |  By Florian Gabon
This article describes how to monitor a (cluster of) redis server. Bleemeo will detects automatically the redis server (it can runs in a Docker container or directly on the host) and create automatically a service dashboard. This article will also covers creating a custom dashboard with additional metrics.
Mar 11, 2021   |  By Florian Gabon
This article explains how to monitor service process on your service with Bleemeo using MySQL as an example. This feature is what we called "Key Process Monitoring" and is described by our documentation. Currently, you can monitor any service process automatically discovered by Bleemeo. All metrics are detailed in our documentation, in a few words, metrics related to memory, cpu, network and i/o used by this process are gathered by the agent.
Mar 4, 2021   |  By Florian Gabon
When using Nagios, the NRPE daemon has been the traditionnal solution to implement local checks (load, number of users, custom scripts, etc.). All other checks are performed remotely from the Nagios server. NRPE daemon has been a bit challenging as you need to keep it in sync with your Nagios server and sometimes backporting this daemon can be painful. As Glouton has been implemented in Go, when you need a Nagios NRPE daemon, you can just use the binary on any compatible system and voila.
Oct 20, 2020   |  By Florian Gabon
This article goal is to provide you guidance to start monitoring a small infrastructure, cluster monitoring and more complex topics won't be covered here. We also assume you are running instance on Amazon Web Services, Azure, Google Cloud, OVH, Scaleway... and we will not covering hardware monitoring like switch, routers, firewall...
Sep 7, 2020   |  By Lionel Porcheron
Bleemeo announces the General Availability of the new monitoring agent written in Go. This agent is the successor of the previous agent written in Python. All good aspects have been kept: Open Source, easy to deploy, and to use, available as a package for main Linux distributions: Debian/Ubuntu, CentOS/RedHat, available for Windows and available as a container.
Aug 12, 2020   |  By Florian Gabon
In this article we will show you how: To configure a dashboard to better understand your server and what's going on.
Aug 7, 2020   |  By Florian Gabon
The Apache HTTP server commonly known as Apache was officially released in 1995. Nowadays is one of the most popular HTTP servers on the World Wide Web. Many organizations such as Facebook, Cisco, IBM, and of course Apache Software foundation itself uses it. It's an open source web server, maintained by Apache Software Foundation. Apache is a cross-platform, even if the vast majority of server instances runs on Linux but some version also run on Windows.
Jul 18, 2018   |  By Bleemeo
Monitor from multiple locations in the world your website and external services. Simple connection check or more elaborated scenarios are available in Bleemeo.
Jul 24, 2017   |  By Bleemeo
Visualize your infrastructure, containers and applications metrics and status with Bleemeo Real Time Dashboards.
Jul 7, 2017   |  By Bleemeo
In case of infrastructure incident receive email, Slack, HipChat, SMS, PagerDuty notifications with Bleemeo.
Jun 22, 2017   |  By Bleemeo
Monitoring setup can be complex and time consuming. Focus on your business and try Bleemeo: in 30s get automatic real time dashboards and complete monitoring of your servers, containers and application stack.
Jun 12, 2017   |  By Bleemeo
Quick introduction to Bleemeo, an Easy Monitoring for Scalable Infrastructure solution.

Infrastructure Monitoring made easy: no more endless repetitive configurations. Integrate Monitoring in your stack and collect server, containers and applications metrics.

The Bleemeo solution supports Linux (Ubuntu, CentOS, RedHat) and Windows systems. More than 50 services are automatically monitored and metrics from AWS managed services (RDS, DynamoDB, etc.) can be incorporated. System metrics (for physical and cloud servers), services (database, web server, etc.), containers are detected and monitored without any manual configuration.

Bleemeo in a Nutshell:

  • 30 seconds from signup to first dashboard without manual configuration.
  • Bleemeo agent auto-discovers services and create checks and metrics.
  • Real time dashboards with 10s data refresh.
  • Elastic infrastructures support with Stack Monitoring.
  • Get automatic dashboards or build custom dashboards with metrics that matters.
  • Integrate your business metrics with Graphite, StatsD or Prometheus.
  • Uptime monitoring from multiple locations in the world.
  • Open Source Bleemeo Smart Agent auto-discovers services and securely upload data to Bleemeo Cloud platform.