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28 07, 2019

Monitor an Oracle Database Server for Availability & Performance

By |2019-08-07T07:28:27+00:00July 28th, 2019|Announcements|0 Comments

Are you using an Oracle 11g Database Server in your Application?   You can monitor your Oracle Database instance for Availability and Performance using CopperEgg . As an illustration, you can configure and receive alerts for the following scenarios: Availability: If the connection time metric goes over a configured threshold (say 5 seconds), you will receive an alert. Performance: If the current concurrent user sessions exceeds a threshold, you will be alerted that your Oracle DB instance is under high load If the Buffer Cache Hit Ratio falls below a threshold, you will be alerted that the Oracle 11g DB instance is not performing optimally. The full set of metrics monitored [...]

28 07, 2019

Notes on Custom Metrics

By |2019-08-06T13:38:46+00:00July 28th, 2019|Announcements|0 Comments

CopperEgg's Custom Metrics supports monitoring of data samples from any source (hence the name ‘custom’) that are sent as input using simple CURL requests.   Figure 1: “Redis Info” is a custom metric group that contains many custom metrics A custom metric is simply a quantity that we want to measure, record, chart and alert on. A custom metric group as the name suggests is a collection of custom metrics that are recorded from the same source. Data samples can be posted against these custom metrics on a configurable frequency [every 15s, 60s, 300s, 900s and 3600s] using CURL as shown here.   [...]

28 07, 2019

New! Monitor a Microsoft IIS Server

By |2019-08-07T07:29:19+00:00July 28th, 2019|Announcements|0 Comments

Are you are using an IIS Server to render your web application?  You might be interested in monitoring your IIS Server for availability and performance using CopperEgg. As an illustration, you can configure and receive alerts for the following scenarios: Availability: If the service CopperEgg metric goes to zero, you will receive an alert that the IIS Server is no longer available. Performance: -If the current connections metric exceeds a threshold, you will be alerted that the IIS Server is under high load. -If the locked errors exceeds a threshold or if the bytes sent/sec falls below the expected range, you will be alerted that the IIS Server is not performing optimally. The [...]

28 07, 2019

New Probe! Monitoring a DNS Server using CopperEgg

By |2019-08-07T07:29:42+00:00July 28th, 2019|Announcements|0 Comments

New Probe! Monitoring a DNS Server using CopperEgg Are you using a DNS Server inside your organization? Use CopperEgg to monitor your DNS Servers for availability, performance and accuracy.  Monitoring and alerting can be configured to respond when Server is not available, has long response time or URL does not match. Availability: alert if the DNS Server being monitored is not available. Performance: By default, an alert will be triggered if the response time for a DNS Request is more than 5001 ms. User can configure the response time for alerting as needed. Accuracy: Alerts will be raised if specified DNS Request cannot be [...]

28 07, 2019

CopperEgg Service Public Status Page

By |2019-08-05T13:45:55+00:00July 28th, 2019|Announcements|0 Comments

Any interruptions in service can now be seen on the new CopperEgg service public status page. Please visit the page, bookmark and subscribe to receive email, SMS, or RSS updates. http://status.co

28 07, 2019

CopperEgg API

By |2019-08-05T13:46:11+00:00July 28th, 2019|Announcements|0 Comments

Go to: http://dev.copperegg.com for documentation and sample code for CopperEgg server monitoring and website monitoring

28 07, 2019

CopperEggService Public Status Page

By |2019-08-05T13:46:25+00:00July 28th, 2019|Announcements|0 Comments

Any interruptions in service can now be seen on the new CopperEgg service public status page. Please visit the page, bookmark and subscribe to receive email, SMS, or RSS updates. http://status.copperegg.com/ The status page messages are also sent to Twitter at @coppereggalerts.