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Online Server Monitoring is a highly customizable monitoring tool that alerts you when the monitored service is down or does not work as expected. A watchdog for your web servers, email servers, hotspots, and other network services is just a primary purpose of this tool. Using our advanced system of rules you can use this tool as a notification tool whenever a third party web page is changed in a specific way. A timeout setting allows you to be alerted when your server load is too high.
Using our predefined templates you can easily set up a monitor for most common services, such as HTTP, SMTP, POP3, DNS, ICMP, IMAP, FTP, etc. Do you have a service that is not covered by our predefined templates? Or do you even maintain a server based on a non-standard protocol? You can still monitor these services with our Custom TCP/UDP Request monitors.
This tool is intended for all web owners who want to know when their hosting let them down, as well for all professionals that host their services themselves and need to quickly respond to any incident. Our notification system allows you to send all kinds of alerts (such as emails or SMS) to you, your staff, or any other interested persons or robots that you define.
- Customizable monitoring interval – starting from 1 minute intervals.
- Monitoring from multiple geographic locations.
- Each downtime alert confirmed by two cores on different continents.
- Unlimited FREE email alerts, HTTP(S) Callbacks, or Twitter messages.
- Cheap SMS alerts.
- Regular weekly/monthly reports.
- Wide range protocol support – HTTP(S) GET/POST/HEAD, FTP(S), IMAP(S), POP3(S), SSH, ICMP, DNS, raw TCP, raw UDP.
- Unlimited number of users per account, multiple consumers of alerts and reports.
- Simple templates for basic users, complex rule system for experts.
- Ticket based customer support.
In order to use Online Server Monitoring, you have to be a registered user and logged in. The primary page to work with is called Your Monitors. Here you can see a list of all your monitors together with their status and a time of their last check. The primary identifier of each monitor is its name. In the Actions column you are given controls to go to a monitor's report page, to enabled to disable a monitor, to edit monitor's settings, and to delete a monitor.
By default a list of all monitors are displayed. If you are interested to see only monitors that are currently without a problem, switch to No problem. To see monitors that are currently in an error state, switch to Error tab. To only display disabled monitors, switch to Disabled tab.
The displayed list of monitors is automatically refreshed every minute if the auto refresh checkbox in the right upper corner is checked. If you want to refresh the list manually, you can click the "auto refresh" link on the right side of the check box.
A status of each monitor is displayed using a simple graphics. If you want to know more details about the status, move your mouse cursor over a status image. Many more details are provided on the report page of each monitor.
To create a new monitor, simply click the Create New Monitor button below the list of monitors, or notice the Server Monitoring menu on the right and click its Create New Monitor item.