Do you need to ensure you are notified immediately if a mission critical process/application fails?
We can implement a range of monitoring solutions that can alert a pre-defined list of contacts by email or SMS. Or we can provide a countinuous feed of changes via RSS, or on a website, graph etc.
Many systems use email notification to alert network administrators to various 'down' events, eg. server crashes etc. These emails can readily be forwarded by email-to-SMS gateways. However, what if the very mechanism by which the email is routed is affected? Also, what if you want to monitor a very particular process that does not have a built in alert feature? Or you need to monitor an external system (eg a competitor's website - price watching; auction site; ), where you do not have access to any alerts. We can monitor the system(s), and use pre-defined criteria to determine an alert status (e.g. product price has dropped by more than 10% in last hour, betting price had shortened by more than 5% in last 10 min) .
We have designed hardware and software for various bespoke monitoring applications in the past (Track the movement and temperature of a cargo load using GPS, SMS., Monitor the vibration of a remote machine). If you have a question as to whether a project is feasible, just let us know and we can investigate if it comes within our scope of expertise.
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