Server monitoring tool (startup)

teamer

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Hi all,
Our team is running a startup for server monitoring (NOC Zone) https://noczone.com
It is basically a service for checking on your server and reporting some aspects (CPU/RAM up/down) and it has a neat Android app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wr.noc&hl=en

It is free for 2 servers, ability to monitor your server resources, services (like MN up or down) and you will receive instant notifications and security updates directly on your android device.

The service also provide cheap premium membership with ability to resell server slots
and best of all, i got darkcoin to be accepted as payment method ;)

Also as a thank-you , if anyone orders a premium membership, please contact me so i ask them to add 3 months free of the same membership you paid for!

hope you will like it :)
 

crowning

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Hi all,
Our team is running a startup for server monitoring (NOC Zone) https://noczone.com
It is basically a service for checking on your server and reporting some aspects (CPU/RAM up/down) and it has a neat Android app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wr.noc&hl=en
I like the basic idea, but I would NOT recommend it for Masternodes.

You'd have to run Apache (or any other HTTP-server of your choice), use PHP, allow scripts to execute shell commands...way too much exploit possibilities.

For everything beside Masternodes it's okay I guess.
 

teamer

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I like the basic idea, but I would NOT recommend it for Masternodes.

You'd have to run Apache (or any other HTTP-server of your choice), use PHP, allow scripts to execute shell commands...way too much exploit possibilities.

For everything beside Masternodes it's okay I guess.
If you do not want to monitor CPU/RAM or any server resources, you can just use the up/down service, which requires NOTHING except server IP & port number ;)
this way whenever the MN goes down, you get instantly notified on your mobile!

the resource monitoring (which requires php and apache) is optional as you may notice
 

UdjinM6

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They look pretty snazzy, do you have any ties with them?
I found them when I needed to monitor some nodejs apps ( this one for example http://blkchain.info/ ) and they have app and server monitoring tools in one. Notifications and stats are also available through their app http://newrelic.com/mobility (I use the one for iPhone). It was just more than enough for a simple monitoring tool I needed. And it's free if you don't need PRO features.