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            What are Basic and Advanced Monitors?

            Site24x7 licensing and pricing work based on the monitor type categorization. For the ease of usage and based on the complexity of monitoring, we have categorized Site24x7 Monitors as:
            • Basic Monitors
            • Advanced Monitors
            We typically charge for a host and IP combination. For example, A Server is charged as one Basic Monitor, which monitors the Server, processes,   Syslogs, resources on the server including URL, Port, NFS, File, Directory and more at no additional cost. Each Monitor comes with one plugin on the Server. Likewise, for VMware, we charge by Virtual Machines. 

            Basic Monitors
            • Website (HTTP/HTTPS)
            • Server
            • DNS Server
            • Port (Custom Protocol)
            • POP Server
            • NTP Server
            • Ping
            • REST API Transaction 
            • FTP Server
            • SMTP Server
            • SOAP Web Service
            • VMware ESX/ESXi Server
            • VMware VM
            • SSL/TLS Certificate
            • Domain Expiry
            • REST API
            • Microsoft IIS Server
            • EC2 INSTANCE
            • RDS INSTANCE
            • SNS TOPIC
            • Classic Load Balancer
            • Application Load 
              Balancer
            • DynamoDB Table
            • Docker
            • Lambda function
            • ElastiCache
              Memcached cluster

            • ElastiCache
              Memcached Node

            • ElastiCache Redis Node
            • Microsoft Hyper-V VM
            • VMware Datastore 
            Advanced Monitors
            • Web Transaction
            • Web Transaction (Browser)
            • Web Transaction (Browser) - Selenium WebDriver
            • FTP Transfer
            • Mail Delivery
            • Web Page Speed (Browser)
            • Website Defacement
            • APM-Insight-Instance
            • Microsoft BizTalk Server
            • Microsoft SharePoint Server
            • Microsoft Office 365
            • Microsoft Active Directory
            • Microsoft Exchange Server
            • Microsoft Hyper-V Server
            • Microsoft SQL Server
            • Microsoft Failover
              Cluster Node

            Updated: 12 Nov 2018 01:04 AM
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