By Ralph Eck on Aug, 15, 2013
In the world of real estate the key words are; location, location and location. In the world of IT the keys words are; monitor, monitor and monitor. The greatest advantage you can have in any business is knowing what is happening and this is especially true when it comes to your; website, servers and IT… Read the full post
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By Dan Fruehauf on Jul, 09, 2012
Velocity 2012 Last week I was honored to be invited to the famous Velocity 2012 conference in Santa Clara California, hosted by O’Reilly. Monitis was one of the silver sponsors. It was a great opportunity for me to meet the wonderful team I’ve been working with for the last year. Velocity is all about web and… Read the full post
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By Dan Fruehauf on Jun, 27, 2012
Incentive for raw commands M3 (or its newer version which you should be using – M3v3) can do pretty much. However it can’t do anything. M3 is good at timing execution of commands, apply simple parsing and upload the data to Monitis. Allowing you as the SysAdmin (and end-user of M3) to easily shape and… Read the full post
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By zhirayr on Apr, 11, 2012
Every now and then we all have the need to share monitoring results with our clients, co-workers, partners, website visitors or other interested parties. One of the most powerful features in Monitis is the ability to publish user-selected dashboards via a publicly accessible URL. This feature can be used to create customized real-time reporting pages… Read the full post
By Dan Fruehauf on Apr, 03, 2012
M3 – The Custom Monitors Swiss Tool M3 has been around for a while, receiving numerous improvements on the way. We can gladly announce it as a mature infrastructure now for server monitoring, together with Monitis. M3 lets you, the end user, easily configure checks and upload the data to Monitis. And this time –… Read the full post
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By Joe Kern on Mar, 13, 2012
In part one of the Monitis Monitoring Strategies we covered a simple approach to begin monitoring, in this article (Part 2), we will begin to examine the details of Low Cost External monitoring. Uptime Monitoring Basic Performance Monitoring Detailed Reporting Uptime Monitoring is often the first solution to current downtime or the risk… Read the full post