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    We all know monitoring solutions, so I'd like to hear what is best tool for monitoring cloud environment?
    I have found attractive deals from CloudStats.me, they have free account, but I have budget to get paid one.
    What do you know about their quality? Are they delivering trustworthy services?

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    I supppose you need to search for reviews on their services. As I see CloudStats.me is offering every feature you need, flexible plans and affordable pricing. Do not hesitate and contact them directly to use their demo, personal experience is the best.


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    • #3
      I have done some research on their name and can say you can trust CloudStats.me. They have secure and quality service, instant alerting, feature adjustment and low prices.

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      • #4
        Your replies helped me a lot to make conclusion that CloudStats.me is delivering trustworthy monitoring service with big variety of useful features and low prices. Thanks!

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        • #5
          It is my experience that the best cloud with monitoring is Radwebhosting.com. You will find their cloud to give the best performance.

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          • #6
            What is the location of DataCenter that you prefer ? It is always recommended to choose a host close to your user base.
            Last edited by aaronbrad; 08-06-2016, 01:37 PM. Reason: Grammatical error

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            • #7
              You can define uptime in three different ways - and have it monitored on the three different levels.
              1. Server response.
              In the most basic approach, the website is up (on-line) when its server responds with the "200 OK" header - not returning any error.
              Many website monitoring services are checking only that.
              But it doesn't mean much - a web server can return "200 OK" even when a list of errors is displayed instead of the website.
              2. Website loading.
              When a page is loaded and displayed well the website is available (up).
              But again - it might look good but the login form might not work at all. And monitoring checking only this won't notice.
              3. Functionalities.
              From a business point of view, an application is up when it's working properly.
              To measure the real uptime of a SaaS website you need to monitor main functionalities/processes. The monitoring system needs to log in, perform actions that real users usually do and check the results.

              You can also use monitoring tools such as Nagios or Zabbix

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