Monitor consumed site resources

Started by arthyk, Oct 02, 2022, 08:04 AM

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arthykTopic starter

One of the differences between cloud hosting and regular hosting is billing based on the actual consumption of resources. Therefore, if the load grows, hosting does not limit it, but increases it in order to maintain the given performance. And each resource has its price - CPU, memory, disk operations and others. On the other hand, if the load does not grow, then you pay quite a bit for the resource (in fact, if there is no traffic, then only for data storage). This is for the 'proper' cloud hosting. Question: will I be able to check the load on my site and the number (visually) of the resources connected for its operation? ???
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Matthew Evans

Well, in general, the work of renting cloud hosting works a little differently. It is true that when there are not enough resources, a shared server gives you additional power - RAM and CPU, but there is one important point. When signing a lease, you, as a tenant, must set the minimum and maximum parameters, of course there are hostings that do not have the "maximum parameters" parameter, but there are not so many of them.
The answer to the question is partly yes. Usually, in the control panel (admin panel), you can see the current load and connected modules, you can also view the active server uptime and the price you will need to pay.
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drnagwaniseo

Pingdom is a service for monitoring website performance. Shows the availability and performance of the site in real time. You can check the performance by simulating the actions of visitors or real users. Suitable for marketers, hosting providers and web developers.

Host-tracker — quick site availability check. It connects in 1 minute.
Opportunities:
Checking the availability of the portal from different locations of the world.
Monitoring the response time of site pages.
Checking the expiration of the domain and hosting.
RAM, CPU, HDD load monitoring. This helps to assess the state of the server and its load.
General HTTP verification. If there are problems with the site, the service will send a message in SMS, Hangouts, Skype, Slack, Telegram.
Ping check using ICMP protocol: the route of the request from the user to the server, all communication nodes. This will help eliminate a local problem that prevents the site from loading.

Uptimerobot — helps to monitor the performance of the site in real time. There is a special website status page that can be shown to users.
Integration with 15 services for site notifications. Some of them are: Telegram, Slack, Microsoft Teams, email, Discord, Google Chat, Twitter, etc. You can request notifications in the form of SMS or phone calls.
Monitoring of SSL certificates. The service will send a notification 30, 14, 7 days before the certificate expires.
Port and ping monitoring. Uptimerobot check communication nodes to identify weaknesses.
Checking the loading speed of the portal, individual pages.
A mobile app for iOS and Android to monitor the performance of the site anywhere.
Service Status function: If the portal stops working, users will receive an email notification about it.

Siteuptime is a monitoring service for developers and administrators. If the site breaks down, the owner will know about it before the customers. The service will automatically check the site every 2 minutes from different parts of the world.
Opportunities:
Notification by SMS or email if the portal has stopped working.
Monthly reports on the time of operation / downtime of the site.
Quick health check. You do not need to register for this.
DNS monitoring: if the domain is blacklisted or blocked, an alert will be sent.
SSL certificate monitoring. If the certificate expires, you will receive a notification.
Ping and TCP Ports Report: reflects the portal loading speed, response time to user actions.
API integration for detailed statistics and continuous monitoring.
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