Monitor anything with Netdata
Netdata uses collectors to help you gather metrics from your favorite applications and services and view them in real-time, interactive charts. The following list includes collectors for both external services/applications and internal system metrics.
Some collectors have both Go and Python versions as we continue our effort to migrate all collectors to Go. In these cases, Netdata always prioritizes the Go version, and we highly recommend you use the Go versions for the best experience.
If you want to use a Python version of a collector, you need to explicitly disable the Go version, and enable the Python version. Netdata then skips the Go version and attempts to load the Python version and its accompanying configuration file.
Add your application to Netdata
If you don't see the app/service you'd like to monitor in this list:
If your application has a Prometheus endpoint, Netdata can monitor it! Look at our generic Prometheus collector.
If you have data in CSV, JSON, XML or other popular formats, you may be able to use our generic structured data (Pandas) collector,
Check out our GitHub issues. Use the search bar to look for previous discussions about that collector—we may be looking for assistance from users such as yourself!
If you don't see the collector there, you can make a feature request on GitHub.
Available Data Collection Integrations
Authentication and Authorization
Cloud Provider Managed
Containers and VMs
Distributed Computing Systems
DNS and DHCP Servers
Generic Data Collection
Hardware Devices and Sensors
Networking Stack and Network Interfaces
Processes and System Services
Service Discovery / Registry
Storage, Mount Points and Filesystems
System Clock and NTP
Web Servers and Web Proxies
Do you have any feedback for this page? If so, you can open a new issue on our netdata/learn repository.