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It's All Good

It's All Good is a simple service monitoring framework to make it easy to monitor various services on a server. Its API is dead simple, and a handful of modules are already available for common things like disk usage, checking that SMTP is running, SSL certs are valid, or a page's contents. It can easily be used with a service like Pingdom so that you can monitor your servers' health with only 1 alert (which you can get for free). It's small, compact, fast, and loads nicely on most mobile devices including your iPhone or Android device.

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  •  10 Aug 2011 14:49

    Release Notes: The new, more readable Web UI has better contrast and spacing to make things easier to read on a mobile or desktop. Multiple output modes: HTML (default) and XML using the output query argument (example: output=xml). The ability to run specific checks using the check=checkName query argument. Multiple checks are comma delimited. The built in CPU Load module now supports Darwin/BSD. Module API response handling has been improved so that you can use key/value responses. The ability to disable logging and uptime display has been added. There are some bugfixes.


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