Monitoring

Monitor your service’s availability and status from all over the world. By setting an alert, you choose how resources are scanned and how often. These results are then compiled in a detailed report and sent to you. With our Monitoring service, you can analyze your server’s performance, port availability, and database status from multiple locations.

Monitoring prices

Prices and curriences apply to the following countries:

    All prices include 18% VAT



    Features

    Easy to use

    Manage alerts in our intuitive interface and view the results in charts and graphs.

    Variety of alerts

    Check PING, TCP and UDP ports, mail services, databases, and other services.

    Instant results

    Get results by e-mail, XMPP, Twitter PM, or SMS.

    Available scans

    PING — A simple check for availability over ICMP.

    HTTP HEAD — Sends an HTTP HEAD request. Headers are returned without the page’s body.

    HTTP GET — Sends an HTTP GET request. Headers are returned along with the page’s body.

    HTTP basic authorization — Sends a GET request using basic authentication with a user-defined login and password.

    HTTP digest authorization — Sends a GET request using digest authentication with a user-defined login and password.

    HTTP POST — Checks a service by sending a POST request.

    SSH — Connects to a host via SSH.

    TCP — Establishes a TCP connection with a given host. A specific command can be sent and the response can be checked.

    UDP —Establishes a UDP connection with a specific host. A specific command can be sent and the response checked.

    Redis — Checks the availability of a Redis database.

    SMTP — Checks SMTP mail services. Connections can be made without authorization for simple checks or with a user-defined login and password.

    POP3 — Checks POP3 mail services. Connections can be made without authorization for simple checks or with a user-defined login and password.

    IMAP — Checks IMAP mail services. Connections can be made without authorization for simple checks or with a user-defined login and password.

    DNS — Checks for the presence of a specific type of DNS record.

    FTP — Checks the connection to an FTP server. Authorization can be made with a user-defined login and password or as anonymous.

    PostgreSQL — Checks the availability of a PostgreSQL database.

    MySQL — Checks the availability of a MySQL database.

    SSL — Checks the SSL certificates of a specific address. Notification can be sent if the certificate expires before a particular number of days.

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