Can I monitor my internet services from private and public locations using synthetic monitoring?
Yes, you can monitor private locations (internal network) and public locations. The supported public locations are:
- Atlanta, U.S
- California, U.S
- Fremont, U.S
- New Jersey, U.S
- Canada Central
- London, U.K
- Frankfurt, Germany
- Tokyo, Japan
- Mumbai, India
What are the different types of monitors supported by OpsRamp?
The different types of synthetic monitors available are:
- HTTP-SCRIPT Transaction
For more information, see Creating synthetic monitors.
What are the hardware requirements for synthetic monitoring?
|Specification||2 vCPU||2vCPU||4 vCPU||8 vCPU||16 vCPU|
|RAM (Minimum Specifications)||2GB RAM||4GB RAM||8GB RAM||16GB RAM||32GB RAM|
|Estimated number of HTTP Synthetic Transactions Scripts to execute per hour||100||350||700||1200||2400|
|Maximum number of synthetic monitor tests executed per hour (except HTTP Synthetic Transaction Scripts)||30K||30K||30K||30K||30K|
If you are using Proxy, contact OpsRamp Support for the proxy configuration.
Do I need to follow any prerequisites before adding a synthetic monitor?
Yes, the following prerequisites are required before adding a synthetic monitor:
- Whitelist IP addresses for location.
- Assign synthetics template - This is used to initiate synthetic monitoring using Assign Templates or Device Management Policies.
- Set permissions for Device Create, Device Edit, Device View, and Device Manage to create, edit, view, and delete the configured synthetic monitors respectively.
- Verify if your assigned role has access to all resources. Otherwise, you cannot delete a synthetic monitor.
How do I manage accounts for synthetic monitoring?
You can manage your account and organization. Click the following links to:
Can I assign templates to initiate synthetic monitoring?
Yes, synthetic monitoring starts only after assigning the synthetic templates to the monitor. For more information, see Assigning Templates.