Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seoactive, Nov 15, 2012.
Are there any open-source 'up-time' monitor around? Something like pingdom?
Cpanel has something that shows you uptime not sure if that's installed on your server or not.
Nagios. It's the best. Designed for sysadmins, but it's just lovely.
If you have an vps you can try http://fzaninotto.github.com/uptime/ . It's based on node, easy to install, works awesome.
I came across 'uptimerobot'. Its free and can monitor up to 50 sites. Anyone tried it before?
I also found Hyperic Open Source useful in a private cloud project a couple of years ago
Add Splunk for logging and Bob's your Uncle
Nagios sure looks good, but it doesnt seem too user-friendly for non-technical users? Also, how much is it anyways, i cant seem to find the price?
My personal favourite is Zenoss - i used to work with Nagios but Zenoss offers a lot more functionality and graphical sexyness than Nagios. Besides Nagios and Zenoss you could have a look at Zabbix, Nedi and Shinken also pretty capable monitoring tools. All of the mentioned Tools are Open Source thus free of charge.
All of them are good.
I use uptimerobot. 50 sites monitored with each account, but you can have many accounts. Basic but works for me.
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