What Can You Monitor

The following is a list of the current protocols that Monitis can Monitor.

HTTP – Waits for HTTP response code, alerts on No response, or Error response
HTTPS – Waits for HTTPS response code, alerts on No response, or Error response
NOTE: HTTP and HTTPs monitors will allow you to match content on your site like text and header information.
FTP –  Connects to designated FTP port (optional SSL) to ensure it is open and responding
SMTP – Connects to designated SMTP(optional SSL/TLS) port to ensure its open and responding
POP3 – Connects to designated POP3 (optional SSL/TLS) port to ensure its open and responding
IMAP – Connects to designated IMAP (optional SSL/TLS) port to ensure its open and responding
DNS –  Connects to Domain to ensure DNS Routing, matches Name server to expected IP.
SSH – Connects to designated SSH port to ensure it is open and responding
PING –  Determine the ability to connect to DNS or IP
MySQL – Connects to domain/IP on designated port to confirm availability of MySQL server
TCP  – Connects to the domain/IP on the designated port to confirm availability
UDP – Connects via telnet to designated UDP port to confirm availability
SIP – Connects via telnet to designated SIP port to confirm availability

      NOTE: Monitor sends OPTIONS message and waits for response. 
            If the response is < 200, then we wait for next response. 
            If the response is 200, 407, 404, then it is OK, else it is NOK.
SOAP – Ability to connect and push sample data into a web service to ensure functionality
HTTP/HTTPS POST-  Allows you to perform POST commands to test the response of forms based pages