Xitoring now supports Rocky Linux!

We are happy to announce that Xitogent is now compatible with Rocky Linux 8. Xitoring offers free server monitoring (up to 5 servers) for Rocky Linux users.

Rocky Linux aims to function as a downstream build as CentOS had done previously, building releases after they have been added by the upstream vendor, not before. Its name was chosen as a tribute to early CentOS co-founder Rocky McGaugh!

The CentOS project announced a shift in strategy for CentOS. Whereas previously CentOS existed as a downstream build of its upstream vendor (it receives patches and updates after the upstream vendor does), it will be shifting to an upstream build (testing patches and updates before inclusion in the upstream vendor). Additionally, support for CentOS Linux 8 has been cut short, from December 31, 2029, to December 31, 2021.

By Installing Xitogent on your Rocky Linux server you can easily gather all server statistics and data without hassle, and Xitoring does the most for you. Including service discovery, creating initial checks, generating graphs, configuring initial triggers, etc.

Xitogent runs as a service on your server and automatically send your server statistics continuously to your nearest Xitoring’s Server and we use the data to generate graphs or find out if something’s wrong on your server (e.g. we’ll automatically notify you if your CPU or memory usage is above normal). It runs on a recurring interval and sends statistics to the nearest probe node, we’ll use the data to make sure everything is fine on your server and then use it to make useful graphs (Server Load, CPU Usage, Memory Usage, Disk IO, and Disk Usage).

If you’re new to Xitoring, you can register in a minute and start monitoring 5 Linux servers at no cost forever!

 

About Xitogent

Xitogent is a python-based and open-source application that is the core of our innovation, Xitogent can collect data from your servers in an efficient way. it’s very lightweight, easy to install, and configurable.
We are always developing Xitogent to improve and add features, At this time Xitogent has been tested on all major Linux Distros which are the most used OSes in the market.
You can read more about Xitogent here or on Github.

About Rocky Linux OS

Rocky Linux is a community enterprise operating system designed to be 100% bug-for-bug compatible with America’s top enterprise Linux distribution now that its downstream partner has shifted direction. It is under intensive development by the community. Rocky Linux is led by Gregory Kurtzer, founder of the CentOS project. Contributors are asked to reach out using the communication options offered on this site.

Xitoring now supports AlmaLinux!

We’re proud to announce that our Agent for Server Monitoring “Xitogent” is now fully supporting AlmaLinux 8.

AlmaLinux is one of several Linux distributions jostling for position as “the new CentOS” in the wake of Red Hat’s December 2020 deprecation of its own free-as-in-beer Red Hat Enterprise Linux clone distribution.

By Installing Xitogent on your AlmaLinux server you can easily gather all server statistics and data without hassle, and Xitoring does the most for you. Including service discovery, creating initial checks, generating graphs, configuring initial triggers, etc.

Xitogent runs as a service on your server and automatically send your server statistics continuously to your nearest Xitoring’s Server and we use the data to generate graphs or find out if something’s wrong on your server (e.g. we’ll automatically notify you if your CPU or memory usage is above normal). It runs on a recurring interval and sends statistics to the nearest probe node, we’ll use the data to make sure everything is fine on your server and then use it to make useful graphs (Server Load, CPU Usage, Memory Usage, Disk IO, and Disk Usage).

If you’re new to Xitoring, you can register in a minute and start monitoring 5 Linux servers at no cost forever!

About Xitogent

Xitogent is a python-based and open-source application that is the core of our innovation, Xitogent can collect data from your servers in an efficient way. it’s very lightweight, easy to install, and configurable.
We are always developing Xitogent to improve and add features, At this time Xitogent has been tested on all major Linux Distros which are the most used OSes in the market.
You can read more about Xitogent here or on Github.

About AlmaLinux OS

AlmaLinux, an open-source community-driven project hosted by a non-profit foundation, intends to fill the gap left by the demise of the CentOS stable release. AlmaLinux is an enterprise-grade server OS, initially built by the team at CloudLinux, that is owned and governed by the community. CloudLinux has committed a $1 million dollars annual endowment to support the project. AlmaLinux OS is a 1:1 binary compatible fork of RHEL 8 with plans to support future RHEL releases by updating AlmaLinux OS.

 

 

 

Xitoring integrated with Slack!

Xitoring is now integrated with Slack to keep the entire team in sync. Slack provides a group chat platform for agile teams, making it easy to keep distributed groups informed and productive through real-time sharing of information and integration with third-party systems. You can now automatically send all incidents and warnings from Xitoring to Slack through this integration.

This integration will send the same information that you see in Xitoring incidents and receive on e-mail or SMS. The following types of information will be sent from Xitoring to Slack in real-time.

  • Incidents on Servers (e.g. CPU usage is high)
  • Incidents on Checks (e.g. HTTP is down)

 

This integration is available on both Free and Paid plans!

 

Configuration

You need a Xitoring account and a Slack account to create this integration. Configure the integration in Slack first.

Create Webhook on Slack

In Slack, go to the integrations section of the account configuration.

  1. Create a new Incoming WebHooks integration.
  2. Choose or create a channel for the Xitoring notifications to be sent to. (e.g. #Incidents)
  3. Copy the value of the Your Unique Webhook URL field.

Create the integration in Xitoring

  1. Navigate to the ‘Notification Roles’ page and modify your desired item.
  2. Enter the URL from step 4 above in the Webhook URL field.
  3. Click the Test button. After a short delay, you should see a message appear in your Slack client in the channel you selected.
  4. Save changes.

Receiving Incidents on Slack

After proper configuration, you will receive incidents from Xitoring for both Servers and Checks on your desired Slack channel for the entire team.

 

You can always contact our support team if you need any help enabling the Slack integrations.

Stay tuned! more integrations are coming soon.

 

Xitoring on the News – March 8, 2021

Xitoring Introduced Innovative Server Monitoring Platform for Those Who Are Tired of Traditional Ways of Server Monitoring

Xitoring has created SaaS server monitoring that’s simple to set-up and understand but is complete and reliable; offers free lifetime server monitoring – up to five servers

NEWARK, Del.March 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Xitoring, a software development company in Delaware, has created a new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) that allows for a single command setup of server monitoring. Eliminating the tedious hours of setup, configuring alerts, and struggling with dashboards, Xitoring lets users set up server monitoring with a single command in their SSH. The system then sets up a dashboard, creates appropriate notifications, and provides natural language information, not simply data points that need to be interpreted. More information is available at www.xitoring.com.

Xitoring is offering lifetime server monitoring, with its complete package, for free on up to five servers. No credit card is required. Interested users can log onto www.xitoring.com and register their servers, add a single command line to the SSH, and have world-class monitoring in minutes.

“It seems like everything else in the world has gotten simpler,
except server monitoring,” said Mohammad Oslani, CEO of Xitoring.
“Typically, you spend a lot of time configuring the service, setting
up notifications, and interpreting a bunch of raw data. Xitoring is a
single command line, and we take care of the rest. It’s that simple.”

The traditional setup of monitoring on one server takes a while. Setting up 100 servers is a full-time job. With Xitoring it can all be done in minutes. Copy a single command line into your SSH, and you’re done. Xitoring is designed to do all the rest for you. Monitoring all the servers on your network, notifications of issues, and a simple, easy-to-read dashboard that shows performance charts on every server are what make Xitoring a powerhouse service that no firm should be without.

With its exclusive concept in server monitoring, Xitoring is able to track servers anywhere on Earth. The team setup function allows for messages to be delivered to an entire group, as opposed to a single person. Spreading the messages around to many people, particularly in different time zones and countries, allows a company to have 24-hour responsiveness to server issues.

“Metric and uptime monitoring, auto-discovery, automated triggers,
and server overviews, it’s all built into Xitoring,” Oslani said.
“Incident reports are created to describe the issues in plain English.
There are even automated alerts that let the right people know
when a server is having issues. This is the fastest, most effective
way to monitor your servers’ performance without the hassle of
weeks of setup.”

Xitoring is an innovative monitoring platform (SaaS) for servers. They bring data from servers using an agent (Xitogent) to make sure the servers are operating well, avoid downtime and performance issues, allowing companies to increase customer satisfaction. Xitoring was introduced in 2020 to revolutionize the server monitoring industry for those who are tired of cumbersome, traditional ways and are looking forward to automation in this vital part of their jobs.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact us at 302-273-1383 or email at [email protected]