PoorMan'sMobileServerMonitor

PoorMan'sMobileServerMonitor


Making sure that all you web servers are online time is only a fingertip away
using Poor Man's Mobile Server Monitor. It allows to:
- add all your servers to a list of monitored systems,
- define which protocols are need to be checked for (ping, http and https),
- check all servers periodically or once a day at a given time.

You not only want to make shure that you server is online. You want to make sure that you application server returns the right document? Then tell Poor Man's Mobile Server Monitor which string must be in the server's HTML-, XML- or JavaScript-response document in order to know that the server works properly.
If your for example run a landing page for a cool product that can be directly ordered, the server's response probably
needs to contain the string 'order today'. Let the app do the job for you and check the server response document for 'order today' in order to make shure, hat everything works properly.

If one server test fails the app will make sure that you don't miss the alarm by playing an alert that you certainly won't miss (vibration can be alternatively used). If enabled, Poor Man's Mobile Server Monitor starts automatically whenever you boot your Android phone.
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5.0
User ratings
2
Installs
10+
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0
File size
1087 kb
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About PoorMan'sMobileServerMonitor
Making sure that all you web servers are online time is only a fingertip away
using Poor Man's Mobile Server Monitor. It allows to:
- add all your servers to a list of monitored systems,
- define which protocols are need to be checked for (ping, http and https),
- check all servers periodically or once a day at a given time.

You not only want to make shure that you server is online. You want to make sure that you application server returns the right document? Then tell Poor Man's Mobile Server Monitor which string must be in the server's HTML-, XML- or JavaScript-response document in order to know that the server works properly.
If your for example run a landing page for a cool product that can be directly ordered, the server's response probably
needs to contain the string 'order today'. Let the app do the job for you and check the server response document for 'order today' in order to make shure, hat everything works properly.

If one server test fails the app will make sure that you don't miss the alarm by playing an alert that you certainly won't miss (vibration can be alternatively used). If enabled, Poor Man's Mobile Server Monitor starts automatically whenever you boot your Android phone.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 30, 2013
Monitoring 2 Go Lightweight monitoring on my mobile phone. Finally \o/
A Google User
Nov 17, 2013
Yeah