Major CloudMonix features released over the summer
New monitoring/automation support for
- Azure Stream Analytics
- Azure Media Services
- Azure (and non-Azure) Redis Cache
- Azure DocumentDb
- Azure File Storage
- SQL Server databases
- MySQL databases
- Oracle databases
- JSON/XML API endpoints
New integrations with 3rd parties systems
- Nagios XI
Finally, users can now configure their CloudMonix monitoring setup via a public REST-based API
In more detail
Azure Stream Analytics Support
Users can now monitor ASA job errors, inputs, outputs, events and functions of their Azure Stream Analytics jobs. Alert when job fails, error occur, failed function requested are detected, and more
Azure Media Services Support
Users can now monitor Azure Media Services jobs, assets, streaming endpoints, and task errors. Alert when jobs or tasks fail and more.
Azure Redis Cache Support
Users can now monitor Redis Cache (self-managed or managed by Azure) server load, evictions, connections, hit rate, etc. Alert on outages, high load, connections, and more.
Azure DocumentDb Support
Users can now monitor Azure DocumentDb collections, track requests hit rate, response time, size, data inside objects, and more. Alert on outages, high load, and even on custom data in their stored objects
Azure File Storage
Users can now monitor Azure File Storage accounts, track response time, egress/ingress, storage analytics, and more. Alert on outages, errors, etc.
SQL Server, MySQL and Oracle Databases
Users can now monitor non-Azure SQL Server, MySQL, and Oracle databases, track response time, running queries, connections, top queries, and even data in user tables. Alert on outages, deadlocks, high utilization, and more.
JSON/XML API Endpoints
Users can now monitor API endpoints, track response time, SSL expiration, import custom XML/JSON data as metrics, and more. Alert on outages, slow response time, and user data published via API endpoints.
Users can now automatically publish/resolve their CloudMonix alerts as Autotask tickets, and automatically assign a number of important Autotask ticket fields.
Users can now automatically publish their CloudMonix alerts as Zapier zaps to hundreds of cloud apps that Zapier integrates with.
Zabbix/Nagios XI Integrations
CloudMonix can send its monitored metric data that it collects to Zabbix or Nagios monitoring servers. These are full monitoring integrations, whereby CloudMonix creates mirror resource definitions in either Zabbix or Nagios and pushes its raw metric data to these resources every minute.
CloudMonix REST-based API
Users can now instrument monitoring of their CloudMonix resources via a REST-based API. The API will allow DevOps to script out automatic addition/removal of resources to CloudMonix environment. API comes with a Nuget package that can be used by .NET developers to further automate their deployments and is documented via Swagger UI.
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