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Nixstats 4th of July Special (30 Servers/30 Web Checks/4096 RBL Checks)
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Nixstats 4th of July Special (30 Servers/30 Web Checks/4096 RBL Checks)

vfusevfuse Member, Provider

Happy independence day! To celebrate we're here with a great offer for anyone looking for web/server/blacklist and log monitoring.

This plan is perfect for web/vps hosts with our plugins for CloudLinux, KVM, cPanel and more.

30 servers (Windows/Linux)
30 web Monitors (http(s)/tcp/icmp)
4096 Blacklist monitors (24 hours refresh)
Custom hosted public status page
60 seconds refresh interval

$58.65 $19.95 per month!

Sign up for a 14 day free trial or add this plan to your existing account!

This custom plan will appear on the billing page when you’re ready to subscribe.

NIXStats monitoring Web, Server(Linux, Windows - $9.95/m), Logging (Free!) and Blacklists (start at 512 for $3.75/m) - Uptime Report - API Docs

Comments

  • I really like the look of Nixstats and this offer seems like it could convince me to deploy it more widely.

    Is there anywhere I can find out about the security of the server monitoring daemon? In particular, whether it is send-only, or whether it listens for commands from a central NixStats server? I'm really keen to avoid any software on my servers that does the latter.

    Thanks in advance :D

    Thanked by 1vfuse
  • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

    Premium monitoring service.

    Thanked by 1vfuse

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  • vfusevfuse Member, Provider

    @MikeA said:
    Premium monitoring service.

    Thanks!

    @YellowHummingbird said:
    I really like the look of Nixstats and this offer seems like it could convince me to deploy it more widely.

    Is there anywhere I can find out about the security of the server monitoring daemon? In particular, whether it is send-only, or whether it listens for commands from a central NixStats server? I'm really keen to avoid any software on my servers that does the latter.

    Thanks in advance :D

    Our monitoring agent is open source and does not listen for commands from any server. Traffic strictly flows from the agent to our API servers, not the other way around.

    Thanked by 1YellowHummingbird

    NIXStats monitoring Web, Server(Linux, Windows - $9.95/m), Logging (Free!) and Blacklists (start at 512 for $3.75/m) - Uptime Report - API Docs

  • @YellowHummingbird said:
    I really like the look of Nixstats and this offer seems like it could convince me to deploy it more widely.

    Is there anywhere I can find out about the security of the server monitoring daemon? In particular, whether it is send-only, or whether it listens for commands from a central NixStats server? I'm really keen to avoid any software on my servers that does the latter.

    Thanks in advance :D

    Our monitoring agent is open source and does not listen for commands from any server. Traffic strictly flows from the agent to our API servers, not the other way around.

    Ooops, I must have missed that! Thank you - sounds great and it’s amazing to see it’s open source.

  • vfusevfuse Member, Provider

    @YellowHummingbird said:

    @YellowHummingbird said:
    I really like the look of Nixstats and this offer seems like it could convince me to deploy it more widely.

    Is there anywhere I can find out about the security of the server monitoring daemon? In particular, whether it is send-only, or whether it listens for commands from a central NixStats server? I'm really keen to avoid any software on my servers that does the latter.

    Thanks in advance :D

    Our monitoring agent is open source and does not listen for commands from any server. Traffic strictly flows from the agent to our API servers, not the other way around.

    Ooops, I must have missed that! Thank you - sounds great and it’s amazing to see it’s open source.

    No problem, feel free to browse some of the plugins we currently have as well as the option to build your own plugins to monitor anything else you have running on your servers.

    Thanked by 1YellowHummingbird

    NIXStats monitoring Web, Server(Linux, Windows - $9.95/m), Logging (Free!) and Blacklists (start at 512 for $3.75/m) - Uptime Report - API Docs

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