In the Monitoring Center, you can monitor the availability of your servers.
In order to open the Monitoring Center, go to the Cloud Panel, and in the left menu, select Security > Monitoring.
The Monitoring Center is divided into the following sections:
Under Overview, all servers you have configured and to which you have assigned a monitoring policy are listed in a table. This table lists the following information:
Server: Server that is monitored by a monitoring policy.
Resources: Number of monitored resources. The following resources are monitored by the monitoring policies:
Ports: Number of monitored ports.
Processes: Number of monitored processes.
The color of the icons indicates the status of each notification:
Red: A problem or critical state has been reported.
Yellow: Warnings have been issued.
Green: Normal operation. Everything is okay.
To view a graphical analysis of the monitoring of the last 24 hours as well as an overview of the status of the monitored ports and processes, click the appropriate server name.
Under Resources, all monitored resources are listed in a table. This table lists the following information:
Resource: Monitored resource
Status: Status of the monitored resource
Server: Server on which the resource is monitored
Type: Type of resource monitored
To view a customized graphical analysis of individual resources, activate the resource of your choice. The graphical analysis shows monitoring for the past 24 hours.
The following information is also displayed:
Last check: Date and time of the last check
Last status change: Date and time of the last status change
Duration of the current status: Duration of the last status in days, hours, minutes and seconds
In the Charts section, you can view customized graphical analyses of all the monitored resources. Alternatively, you can also view a customized graphical analysis of the resources that are monitored on individual servers.
To export customized graphical analyses as PNG or SVG files, click and then click the appropriate format.
Under Reports, the status duration for every resource monitored is displayed as a percentage. You can either view all resources or filter them by the server of your choice. You can also customize the time period displayed.
Under Warnings, warnings that were issued for the monitored servers are displayed. You can either view all warnings or filter them by the server of your choice. In addition, you can select individual resources to further narrow down the results.
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