HitMyServer was developed from years of experience doing development and system administration.
We offer many different types of monitors. Each monitor can be configured with their own set of notifications. Use our pull monitors to ensure your servers are up and returning the right content and use our push monitors to get more intimate details about your server.
Pull monitors are checks we perform from our servers that connect to yours. We currently offer the following pull monitors.
Getting notified when trouble flares up is the problem we solve here. We offer multiple of notifications. Use notification templates to apply multiple notifications to new monitors.
There are multiple things you want to monitor on server. Is Apache or Nginx running? How about SSH? By creating monitors inside "servers" you can easily see when a server is having troubles.
By creating groups you can segment your servers any way you like. Separate your east coast servers from your west coast. Are you running instances on Digital Ocean and Amazon Web Services? Separate those out. Groups allow you to quickly toggle and view the status of only servers in that group.
Servers and monitors are stored per account and not user. This allows you to invite multiple users to your account and share the statistics. You can control whether a user has read or read/write permissions.
Servers that are 100% up are green. Servers that have one or more monitors down have a red background and increased font size. Don't worry about needing to constantly update the dashboard. We handle that for you and do it every 90 seconds.