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Monitoring apache & nginx using Monitis and M3

    Apache and Nginx web servers both expose a very nice interface for polling the web server status via HTTP, providing you with useful counters for statistics and up-time.

How to monitor (almost) anything with Monitis M3 – My very personal use case

Welcome M3 Among the many hats I wear, I also wear a DevOps/SysAdmin hat in Lacoon Security. When I was invited to custom tailor the monitoring solution for Lacoon Security, I didn’t even hesitate and recommended to use Monitis and M3. Partly because I wrote M3 but mainly because I think it is a really… Read the full post

Monitis and M3 at Velocity 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

Monitis Monitor Manager Raw Commands Explained

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

Monitis Monitor Manager Installation Guide: Start Monitoring (almost) Everything!

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

Linux Series 2: DNS Zones and BIND9 configuration settings.

In our last tutorial we covered the basics of how to install and configure a LAMP stack running Linux, Apache HTTP server, MySQL, and PHP. Now what is the next step? In this next tutorial we  will be learning how to set up and configure a DNS server. A DNS server is how we are… Read the full post