In Semonto, you can easily create custom tests to safely monitor any server parameter you want, even those that are usually not externally accessible for security reasons.
Your situation is unique, and so are your server monitoring needs. That is why we have created a Custom Check feature in Semonto. This allows more advanced users to create customized tests. With our agentless monitoring, you can safely check parameters that usually cannot be accessed externally for security reasons.
Most server information that you want to monitor is shielded from the outside world for security reasons. That is why we have built a safe bridge between your server and Semonto. This way, your own server executes the test and communicates the results to us through a secure communication bridge. Easy and safe!
Unlike other custom server monitoring solutions, Semonto does not require you to download any third-party software. Our agentless monitoring happens through a secure communication bridge between your server and our dashboard.
Not only the tests can be adapted to your needs, but you can also customize the dashboard. It offers a clear overview, even if you have a large number of monitors. Tags can be used for easier filtering, and groups help you to manage and edit settings for multiple monitors at the same time.
Here are some examples of what custom tests can be used for
To check the logs of external APIs to make sure that they are still performing the way they should.
To monitor the traffic on your app (calls per minute) and be alerted when you are reaching a treshold.
To follow the status of your internal server and monitor the inode limit.
To get the last synchronization date of a server.
To know the number of active agents and the last activity.
To make sure that a certain program (such as anti-virus) is still running and has recently been updated.
And any other server monitor you can imagine.
Our monitoring is agentless, so it does not require a software agent to be installed on your server. You simply run a small application in your current stack and provide us with the URL of this installation. Semonto will send requests to this URL to get the latest test results. This access can be limited to the IPs of Semonto for an extra layer of security.
You can now create your own test, which we will execute by sending an HTTP GET request to your server, using the “test name” as the parameter. The alert severity levels are "ok", "warning", "critical" or "error" and you can assign the corresponding values, such as the percentage of available disk space, or the latency time. Your own server then executes the test and send us the reply.
The results of your tests are displayed in the Semonto Supervisor dashboard. So everything comes together in one, clear overview.