Projects / It's All Good

It's All Good

It's All Good is a simple service monitoring framework to make it easy to monitor various services on a server. Its API is dead simple, and a handful of modules are already available for common things like disk usage, checking that SMTP is running, SSL certs are valid, or a page's contents. It can easily be used with a service like Pingdom so that you can monitor your servers' health with only 1 alert (which you can get for free). It's small, compact, fast, and loads nicely on most mobile devices including your iPhone or Android device.

Tags
Licenses
Operating Systems
Implementation

Recent releases

  •  10 Aug 2011 14:49

    Release Notes: The new, more readable Web UI has better contrast and spacing to make things easier to read on a mobile or desktop. Multiple output modes: HTML (default) and XML using the output query argument (example: output=xml). The ability to run specific checks using the check=checkName query argument. Multiple checks are comma delimited. The built in CPU Load module now supports Darwin/BSD. Module API response handling has been improved so that you can use key/value responses. The ability to disable logging and uptime display has been added. There are some bugfixes.

    Screenshot

    Project Spotlight

    OpenStack4j

    A Fluent OpenStack client API for Java.

    Screenshot

    Project Spotlight

    TurnKey TWiki Appliance

    A TWiki appliance that is easy to use and lightweight.