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Re: 3rd party network monitoring
- From: Matt
- Date: Thu Mar 06 00:46:34 2008
Regarding Keynote support - the company I work for pulls alerts from the
RSS feed they offer. They changed the format of the feed a couple of
months ago without notice, breaking our monitoring and leaving us blind
for some time. When we contacted our service rep, he wasn't even aware
of the changes they made. Your mileage may vary.
Eddy Martinez wrote:
We currently use -
Numerous times their alerts have beat out our notifications without
Also, as the reason one purchases such a service, its a backup for our
monitoring. We also use Keynote as thats what our customers are used
also subscribe to. This allows us to se what they see should we need
SLA's. Systems Watch is much cheaper than Keynote for those that have
priced out, or subscribe to the service.
All in all, when I get an alert from Systems Watch, I do make way to a
more than I would with my own monitoring.
On Mar 5, 2008, at 2:32 PM, Michael Painter wrote:
----- Original Message ----- From: "Darrell Hyde" Sent: Tuesday,
March 04, 2008 7:02 AM
Subject: 3rd party network monitoring
Can anybody recommend a vendor for this type of service? I suppose I
could always just get a bunch of VPS accounts here and there and run
smokeping, but I'd really like to avoid that.
Fwiw, http://www.dslreports.com/schedule has a 'Business' monitoring
service (w/graphs) for a buck a week.