Standard Monitoring

WhoaLogic Standard Monitoring provides a platform to update customers with certain aspects of their virtual machine(s). In addition Standard Monitoring also includes external availability checks.

WhoaLogic Standard Monitoring Features include:

  • The basic information about the virtual machine
  • The current health, availability, latency, CPU, and memory for the virtual machine
  • A count of, and links to, the elements associated with the virtual machine

A Performance Widget that displays metrics trended over the last 12 hours including:

  • ICMP (Internal Ping Check): This network utility check for availability of your Cloud Server from inside the WHOA network where the Cloud Server resides. If the Cloud Server fails to respond, the monitoring platform will automatically send you an email of the failure.
  • ICMP (External Ping Check): This network utility check for availability of your Cloud Server from outside the WHOA network where the Cloud Server resides. If the Cloud Server fails to respond, the monitoring platform will automatically send you an email of the failure.
  • URL (Internal Network Website Check): This monitor will check for availability of the Customers website by performing a URL check within the WHOA internal network, and will notify the customer if the site is unavailable.
  • HTTP (External Network Website Check): This monitor will check for availability of the Customers website by performing an HTTP check, and will notify the customer if the site is unavailable.
  • Port Monitoring – monitor the ports your web applications rely on by checking for a response from a specific port on your server, and determining if the process that is bound to that port is running
  • Port Monitoring (External): This network utility check for availability of your Cloud Server by port from outside the WHOA network where the Cloud Server resides. If the port fails to respond, the monitoring platform will automatically send you an email of the failure.
  • Content-verification Monitor – monitor URL and web content availability, port and name server response.