How to Monitor your Linux Server using PushMon

NOTE: This is part 2 of a post on how to monitor your server. For pre-requisites and how to monitor a windows-based server, read this blog post. Quick Instructions Create a PushMon account if you have not signed up yet. Configure your PushMon URL to expect a ping every 15 minutes. Create a shell script on your Linux Server that … Read More

How to Monitor your Windows Server using PushMon

Windows Server using PushMon

PushMon is a powerful, easy-to-use service for monitoring resources and applications. You don’t have to be a technical IT professional to use it for your personal or professional projects. In this article, we will show how you can monitor your server and notify you when unexpected shutdowns happen. Quick Instructions Create a PushMon account if you have not signed up … Read More

Agile and DevOps: great union for IT

Agile and DevOps - great union for IT

Photo by diwou from Want to make sure your daily backups are running? Take a look at PushMon, the easiest way to monitor your cron and scheduled tasks. Introduction It’s been some time since devops and agile to walk side by side. Combining both has become the basic precept for any IT area, since that way you can get … Read More

Executing a Monthly cron.monthly on a Specific Date

Unix Systems

Cron is a powerful tool in linux-based operating systems to execute jobs at specified intervals. This easy hack makes monthly cron jobs execute at a specific date. The easiest way to execute a script as a scheduled job is to put your script executable file on cron folders: /etc/cron.hourly /etc/cron.daily /etc/cron.weekly /etc/cron.monthly And you’re all set. The only issue with this … Read More