Server Density is a server monitoring tool that makes it easy to monitor the performance of your servers, get alerts when things go wrong, receive status updates on the move (iPhone, iPad and Android), troubleshoot problems and plan future capacity.
David Mytton, Founder. email@example.com
Server Density started as a basic tool for individual sysadmins, devops and small companies but has since grown to be used by large organisations and enterprises.
The plugin directory is the app store for sysadmins where expert 3rd party developers can sell their plugins to Server Density customers or release them for free.
A plugin allows data to be sent to Server Density for something we don't monitor out of box.
Server Density was started by David Mytton in early 2009. The private beta launched in April 2009 with a full public release in June 2009.
David Mytton is a programmer from the UK who started his first company in 2005 serving customers such as BAE Systems and City University London. After his company was acquired in 2007, he then worked as Lead Developer on welovelocal.com before it too was acquired by GCap Media.
Since then he has completed a law degree from University of Birmingham, published a book and spoken at multiple conferences including the Dublin Web Summit and various MongoDB events. He also runs the MongoDB London User Group.
There's a team of 9 working on Server Density. Everyone works remotely - 6 in the UK, 1 in the USA, 1 in Portugal and 1 in The Netherlands.