I'm looking for a self-hosted web analytics software.

Basically, something like Woopra or Google Analytics but installed "on prem" instead of on cloud.

Currently seen PiWik, HaveAMint, any others out there anyone would recommend?

  • might not be exactly what you are looking for, but Whatagraph does reports based on Google Analytics data.. might be worth checking out.
    – user21793
    Commented Feb 25, 2016 at 12:02

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A new one to add to the list:

I'm working on Plausible Analytics, a simple, open-source, lightweight (< 1 KB) and privacy-friendly web analytics alternative to Google Analytics. You can self-host it on your own server too.


Have a look at Open Web Analytics. It can be a good alternative to Google Analytics and it's open source.


I was looking for the same recently. HaveAMint was discontinued meanwhile. As was IBMs Unica Net Insight

I recommend:

1) Matomo ( formerly Piwik ) - it's free to use but has Pro Upgrade

2) Angelfish Analytics - they use an embedded database

3) IBM Tealeaf cx - successor to Unica

4) Webtrends Analytics - probably one of the biggest on the market

5) Countly - they IoT support for IoT

6) CustomerEngagePro

7) Rakam

This list is unordered, the numbers are not priorities. Hope this helps

  • We use Angelfish at my company, I recommend it. Tealeaf is/was more of a session recording & playback tool than a web analytics tool, CX = Customer eXperience
    – Andrew C
    Commented May 12, 2023 at 23:11

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