List of Basic monitors:
- Website (HTTPhttps)
- DNS Server, Ping, FTP Server, SMTP Server
- SSL/TLS Certificate, Domain Expiry Monitoring
- SOAP Web Service, REST API
- Port (Custom Protocol), POP Server
Server (Charged based on servers and not individual metrics)
- Windows/Linux/FreeBSD/OS X Monitoring (agent based)
- Microsoft IIS
- Each VMware VM instance (VMWare monitoring using the On-Premise Poller)
- VMware ESX/ESXi hosts
Amazon Web Services
- Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) per instance
- Relational Database Service (RDS) per instance
- DynamoDB per table
- Simple Notification Service Topic (SNS)
- Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) - both Classic and Application type
- AWS Lambda per function
- ElastiCache per node/cluster
List of Advanced monitors:
- Web Transaction (Browser) monitor (monitor multi-step web transactions in your service)
- Web Page Speed (Browser)
- Website Defacement
- Mail Delivery Monitoring.
- FTP Transfer Monitoring
- Each JVM, .NET, PHP or Ruby application instance in Site24x7 APM Insight (a.k.a Application Performance Monitoring)
- Advanced Windows Apps - Microsoft SharePoint, BizTalk, Active Directory, Failover Cluster, Hyper-V, SQL and Exchange Monitoring
Network monitoring licensing is purely based on the number of interfaces that are monitored. It is mandatory to have at least one active interface in order to monitor a device. While ten performance counters per device can be monitored for free, every additional ten is counted as one interface.
Every webpage that is loaded in the browser is considered as a page view, irrespective of the number of resources that are loaded behind. For example, for a single page to load, there are various resource calls for images, css, etc, which are not counted in page views. Only the webpage that the user visits is counted as page views.
Credits are auto-refilled every month, however left over refilled credits are not carried forward to the next month.
Premium support includes email, community, chat and phone.