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Free SMS notification credits for Java-monitor users

Kees Jan Koster
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Joined: Mar 31, 2009
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Dear All,

Java-monitor is the free, on-line Java application server monitoring tool. It sends you an e-mail or SMS notification if your Java application server goes off-line. Using Java-monitor, you are always the first to know it stopped working.

Java-monitor supports all JEE application servers, for example Tomcat, Jetty, JBoss and Glassfish, as well as the Openfire XMPP server. Just install a tiny WAR file and you are ready to receive notifications when the server fails.



To celebrate the release of its new SMS notification feature, Java-monitor gives out 10 SMS notification credits to new and existing Java-monitor users. Be quick! This offer ends September 30th 2009.

Java-monitor makes it easy to see what your garbage collectors are doing and how your JVM memory is being used. It shows you the slowest query in your system. You can access this information from you iPhone or Android phone, even after the JVM has terminated. So when you receive the message that your server went off-line, you don't have to rush back to the office to find out why. You can start analysing the crash from wherever you are.

See a live demo of Java-monitor at http://java-monitor.com/livedemo.html. To learn more about the new SMS feature, see http://java-monitor.com/forum/showthread.php?t=494

Kees Jan


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