By Jeremiah Shirk on Jul, 30, 2012
StatsD is a Node.js daemon that accepts metrics over a simple and lightweight UDP protocol, aggregates those metrics, and sends the results to one or more backend systems for long-term time series data storage, graphing, alerting, etc. Existing backends included with StatsD support graphite and console output for testing. There are also third-party backends for… 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 Arthur Sergeyan on Jul, 02, 2012
Introduction One of the most popular protocols for regulating access to the Internet or any computer network is the Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (Radius). It is based on the AAA protocol and serves three purposes: authenticate users for network access; authorize them for services; and account for their services usage. It is widely used by… Read the full post
By zhirayr on Jun, 28, 2012
As we have mentioned on our blog few weeks ago. Apache is still the most popular webserver in the world. Monitis is already helpful in monitoring Apache performance (e.g. you can check how to get metrics provided by Apache status module or speed of served static content), but in this article we show how to… Read the full post
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 Dan Fruehauf on Jun, 20, 2012
M3 and the previous version We are really proud of Monitis Monitor Manager (M3) a tool that enables you to easily configure checks and upload the data to Monitis. We are certain that it has a great potential that can be unleashed with the help of the Monitis community and various interested developers. It is really… Read the full post
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