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LAMP Monitoring & Management

LAMP refers to the application platform powered by a combination of Linux, Apache, MySQL and Perl/PHP/Python. It is the most popular open-source application development platform currently available and is widely used by large website such as Yahoo and others.

Hyperic HQ's comprehensive support for open source management makes it ideally suited for managing LAMP based applications. By combining HQ's support for Linux, Apache, and MySQL, HQ offers users the ability to stop managing LAMP from a machine-centric point of view, and instead manage it as a logical collection of services each of which exposes unique management capabilities.

Using HQ's powerful inventory model, you can easily monitor and manage your infrastructure from an Application perspective. This allows you to easily group your Linux platforms, Apache Virtual Hosts, MySQL tables, and any other service into a single inventory resource which represents your application. Through HQ's portal, each user can then define views which stack the request rates and response time of the web tier alongside the database performance, and the overall load on the platforms servicing an application.

These views offer you complete control on how you choose to visualize the application's historical performance. In addition, HQ's problem identification technology fully supports LAMP environments by easily calling out any deviation from the baseline behavior of the entire LAMP stack. This helps HQ users minimize LAMP infrastructure downtime, as well as gives them a unique understanding and visibility into the behavior of their applications.

Additional Details

Auto-Discover your hardware and software infrastructure
Monitor every metric, log, and configuration for resources in your inventory
Identify problem resources with automatic baselines for every metric
Control all your resources on-demand, on schedule, or in response to alerts
Alert on any measurement, log, or security event in your environment

Linux Supported Versions

  • RedHat Enterprise 2.1/3.0/4.0
  • RedHat Linux 6.2 - 9
  • SuSe Enterprise 8.1 - 10
  • Fedora 2 - 7
  • Ubuntu 5.10 - 7.04
  • Gentoo Linux

Apache Supported Versions

  • Apache 1.3
  • Apache 2.0
  • Apache 2.2
  • Apache-ERS 2.3
  • Apache-ERS 2.4

MySQL Supported Versions

  • MySQL 3.x
  • MySQL 4.x
  • MySQL 5.x