That said, you can go ahead and add an action in our Site24x7 Admin tab
and get Site24x7 alerts in Nagios. (Please Login to Site24x7 >
Admin > Configuration and Threshold Profiles > Actions > Add Action)
For other integrations, we do support Restful APIs with which you can
integrate Site24x7 with your applications.
Is it possible to configure DateTime format to be used in sent alerts?
i.e I'm getting INCIDENT_TIME in format like 21 May, 2015 1:35 PM
IDT. Well, it's not so convenient and it's hard to parse, so I
want to configure it or have ISO format at least.
The ability to acknowledge problems in bulk will come in to the product
later this year. We hope to include it in the product by means of
introducing an Alarms Tab. I can share some screenshots of a prototype
that we have internally.
If you are interested in looking at it, please send an email to
"firstname.lastname@example.org Attn : Alarms Tab Prototype".
Thank you for writing to us. We are currently working on a feature that
monitor Routers, Switches and Firewall in Site24x7 using SNMP. Using
this feature you can monitor performance of Routers, Switches and
Firewall and also the bandwidth (Rx and Tx). This feature will be
available as closed beta1 early access
before mid of June2015.
We will keep you posted once closed beta1 early access
When you refer to suppress notifications, I assume you want to turn
off only email, SMS, Voice call and mobile push notifications and
would still like the monitors to show as down in the Reports.
Do you want to do this when there is a network link instability and
server status is flapping? If this is the case, I guess Scheduling a
Maintenance is the best option we have right now.
In future, we have plans to do an "acknowledge
feature" by introducing an "Alarms" tab. In this
option, a Technician can pick an "Alarm" and work on it.
However I have to agree that we did not think through the usecase to
avoid any furthur "alerting" if there is flapping while
the technician is still working on the problem. We
will include this when we take this feature up.
Currently you cannot choose the version of the browser on which you can
run your scripts on. Any specific reason why you would like to choose
the version? It would be nice to know if this is needed for the Dev / QA
or IT Team.
On another note, support for Chrome and IE is still not present.
There are no timelines as of now. That said, we will possibly have
Chrome supported first before IE.
Currently we do not have current status API 2.0. However, we will have
it released soon. The old API will be
active until the version 2 gets released and all the users will be
informed by mailer in advance before we revoke API v1.
We don't have an API we can give out unfortunately, but there are
many example on the web that use oauth2 client credentials flow. There
are other oauth2 flows out there, such as resource owner (password) as
well that have a similar mechanism, but with different headers in the
If you just call a secured API directly (without a token) it will throw
a 401 unauthorized, you must first call the /token url, passing in the
appropriate headers (grant_type, client_id, client_secret and other
optional ones depending on the implementation). It will return a
response like this upon successful auth:
this token can be persistent for as long as the expires_in (seconds) is
valid. This is why my second example of storing the token in a variable
might be more useful. You can schedule a call to the token url to match
the expiry, which shouldn't change.
Thanks for bringing in this issue. We would request you to check the
path of the root folder and try giving 'root' alone as the
destination path. Incase the issue still persists, please send a
screenshot to our support (email@example.com) and we will take it