Difference between website monitoring and REST API monitoring
allows you to monitor your websites and web applications to ensure that they are up and running. Website monitor verifies the availability of specified, addressable, standard HTTP and HTTPS URLs from over 100+ global locations
and also from behind your firewall. Content check for text content is also supported. You also have GET, HEAD and POST options enabled in this monitor.
REST API monitor
regularly checks the response of your REST APIs and alerts you if the response does not contain the specified attribute value at the given XPath/Attribute name. In addition, to GET and HEAD methods, you also have PUT, PATCH, and DELETE options enabled in this monitor.
How do I generate the Meraki REST API key?
To discover and monitor Meraki organizations and devices in Site24x7, obtain an API key by following the steps below: Open your Cisco Meraki dashboard. Once logged in, navigate to Organizations > Settings. Ensure the option Enable access to the ...
Monitoring IPv4 and IPv6 enabled Internet Facing Resources
Site24x7 lets you monitor your internet resources over IPv4 and IPv6 from our supported locations. We offer an extensive network of IPv4 and IPv6 enabled Monitoring stations that span across 7 continents. IPv4 enabled locations can only test IPv4 ...
Why is my website response time too high from China?
If your website is hosted outside China and you have chosen China as the location for monitoring, then the website response time will be high. This is because of the Great Firewall policy followed by China wherein, all the data coming from outside ...
How does the Poll Strategy setting work for website monitors?
When configuring thresholds for performance metrics, you can set strategies that the website monitor will use to send alerts during a threshold breach. There are four options available: Poll count Poll average Time duration Average time The default ...
Amendments to Site24x7 Monitor Names
We've recently renamed a few of our Monitors to help keep in sync with the current IT and DevOps trends. The new monitor names are designed to correctly resonate with the IT & DevOps crowd. We've made necessary changes in the Web client, Help ...