Tag Archives: Software Monitoring

5 Reasons to Set Up Business Website Monitoring

Today’s guest blog post is from Davis J Martin. As a business owner, you want your website to be up and running; but you may not have considered using a 3rd party monitoring service. If that’s you, keep reading. I know, … Continue reading

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Proactive Server Monitoring Pitfalls

The following is a guest post by Svet Stefanov.  He is a freelance writer and a contributing author to WebSitePulse’s blog. Svet is currently exploring the topic of proactive monitoring, and how it can help small and big business steer clear of shallow … Continue reading

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Software Shouldn’t Cry Wolf

It’s simple – if you have false alarms people will eventually ignore them. When you run a high-scale online service, it’s standard practice to have monitors & alerts watching the system so you can quickly find any problems in your system … Continue reading

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7 Components of a Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Plan

“The more you sweat in practice, the less you bleed in battle.”  – Chinese Proverb. This is one of my favorite quotes, and I think it’s very fitting for how to think about disaster recovery preparedness and business continuity.  I … Continue reading

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I’m in the cloud, am I still at risk?

I had a chat with a small software business owner the other day, and we were talking about preparing for disasters.  He asked me, “Since I’ve moved to a public cloud service, I’m protected, right?”  While public clouds significantly reduce … Continue reading

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Test, test, test

In a recent survey from Aberdeen Group, something jumped out at me.  I found the entire read quite interesting and the argument for downtime preparation and prevention is well supported by their findings.  In particular, a comment about the need for … Continue reading

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