Tag - uptime

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Monitoring: Past, Present & Future (part two)

Continuing on our last blog post Monitoring: Past, Present & Future (part one), in this post, we’ll be discussing the most popular monitoring setups currently used by IT technicians around the world. Today, the monitoring world is dominated by TSDBs - specialized databases designed to store large amounts of time-indexed data. We can say that both...

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Monitoring PHP applications

When considering web applications monitoring, it’s essential to monitor not only the application itself but the services on which the application depends, as well as the infrastructure hosting the application. Detecting performance bottlenecks and debugging problems can otherwise be very tricky, and unexpected downtime may occur.Infrastructure monitoring Our advanced monitoring system is partially based on...

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Webshop Stability Issues

Most people are turning to online shopping nowadays, which means your webshop needs to be stable, secure and fast. However, a large number of concurrent users will quickly bring out many (previously undetected) issues to the surface. With that in mind, we've decided to write a series of articles which will cover some of the most...

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Preventing downtime

Downtime is used to refer to periods when a system is unavailable and fails to provide or perform its primary function. As discussed in our previous blog article, downtime is not only bad for productivity, but it also causes many other related issues, such as downgraded brand image, financial losses, data loss and much...