Scout is the easiest way to consolidate your monitoring stack.
More than 10,000 DevOps Pros have already switched from Nagios, Cacti, Graphite, and Zabbix. Isn't it time to try Scout?
Up to one-second resolution, one year data retention, SMS alerting, dashboards, role-based management, and more.
Send StatsD metrics to any host with our agent and unify all of your server-side monitoring parts.
Scout comes equipped with:
- Access to 90+ Plugins
- Dashboards and Charts
- iPad-Compatible Charts
- Email Notifications
- Webhook Notifications
- PagerDuty Integration
- Slack Integration
- Hipchat Integration
- VictorOps Integration
- Twilio Integration
- Auto Provisioning
- Server Roles
- Sharable Dashboards
- API Access
- Email Support
- Chef, Puppet, and Ansible Config
- Notification Groups
“Scout's flexible alerting, intuitive charts and dashboards, and first-class support brought a grateful end to our previous monitoring jumble of Nagios-Cacti-Zabbix.”
Didip Kerabat, DevOps at Kongregate
How does the 14 day free trial work?
You don't pay a thing if you cancel within 14 days of signup.
What are the system requirements?
Scout requires Ruby version 1.8.6 or later. Don't have Ruby installed? We'll guide you through the Ruby install during the setup. See http://www.ruby-lang.org/ for details.
What forms of payment do we accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. Invoicing is available on our Critical and custom plans.
What type of support is available?
We offer email (email@example.com) support on all of our plans and typically respond within a couple of hours during the business day. Phone support is available on our Growth+ plans.
What operating systems has the Scout agent been tested on?
The Scout agent has been tested on the popular Linux distributions, Mac OSX, and Solaris.