PHP Server Monitor – Windows Setup Guide

Want to use PHP Server Monitor to track the uptime status of your devices? Not ready to build a CentOS or Ubuntu Server instance, but would rather have a Windows-install? There are three primary methods to configuring an AMP stack. LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) WAMP (Windows Desktop or Server, Apache, MySQL, PHP) IIS/PHP (Windows Server […]

Easy TCP Port Listener for Network Monitoring

Easy TCP Port Listener for Network Uptime Monitoring Products like Nagios, Zabbix, or PHP Server Monitor can monitor the uptime of services by performing a TCP port query. In short, “is port TCP 25” open? — its on/offline! Well what if the server I want to monitor doesn’t have any services to even open up to […]

PHP Server Monitor – Add Ping Functionality

Adding Ping (ICMP) to PHP Server Monitor I love PHP Server Monitor, it is an amazing tool for my business to have a simple, reliable, practical way to ensure which services or devices are online. The only complaint I have with it is that it does not support ping monitors, only services (query Port 3389 for […]

PHP Server Monitoring Board – Ubuntu 14.04 – AppAssure Installation Missing Dependencies

PHP Monitoring Board w/ AppAssure Backups We have a pretty slick monitoring board running 24/7 as part of a NOC in our office, the elegant and simple PHP Server Monitor. It’s rock solid, monitors about 250 servers and 100 internet connections, within 1 minute we know if something is down. Really useful because anything down goes into […]