By don on Feb, 29, 2012
A content management system (CMS) is a system facilitating efficient production of desired output by using managed content. The content may be text, images, graphics, documents, sound, video or other that can be managed in an electronic format. It is a software application used in uploading, editing and managing content on a website. CMS has been… Read the full post
By Hovhannes Avoyan on Feb, 24, 2012
In this post, we’re going to examine two popular open source monitoring methods and their integration with the Monitis platform. The first open source monitoring method we’ll discuss is Nagios — which allows you to monitor any network service with the use of plug-ins. The second is Munin — another software monitor with it’s own… Read the full post
By Jenny.Duncan on Jan, 19, 2012
This is the second of two articles about open source ecommerce software that we hope will help web developers and system administrators in selecting what is best for their needs. The first article Top 10 Open Source eCommerce Software (Joomla and Drupal) reviewed: HikaShop, SimpleCaddy, OpenCart, redSHOP and RokQuickCart. The following article details our own… Read the full post
By Hovhannes Avoyan on Jun, 21, 2011
With Monitis you can not only monitor your network infrastructure but also data from your business processes, such as those inside an Microsoft SQL Server database. Using a simple script, you can exe cute a query and upload the results to a Custom Monitor in your Monitis account.