Website uptime monitoring firm Pingdom has been looking at visitor stats to find out where Macs are most popular. Australia is one of the top ten nations on this measure.
is there any way to monitoring the stats from my own website .. like example.com .. just via our terminal without installing plugins .. so we can see real time visitor and bots came and go at website .. what im means i dont need to go to my cpanel to see who came and who are leaving here the photos that i hope i saw the stats at my terminal
I have a server hosted at my end, I am monitoring the server with pingdom and also my router. Strange thing is the response time towards the router is fine, but when the traffic flows towards the server, the response time became relatively high. Its more than 1000ms. Can anyone help me with it?
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: NetworkingSir Timothy Berners-Lee’s World Wide Web Foundation has released its first Web Index, a “multi-dimensional measure of the web’s growth, utility and impact on people and nations”.
I have pingdom setup to constantly make sure my websites are up and let me know when they are not. Is there a similar service that will constantly monitor my firewall externally, and let me know when the open ports change?
Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: Government Tech PolicyLegislation passed in the Senate yesterday will allow Australia to be part of a growing international posse of nations saddling up to take on cyber criminals.