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SSL Monitoring. How It Works.

So you have chosen to make Cloudsome monitor your site’s SSL. What now? What’s going to happen now is each time Cloudsome runs an uptime check for your website, it will also validates your SSL and make sure it hasn’t expired. Part of validation is ensuring that the Common Name . . . Read more

Using the Chart to Troubleshoot Downtime

If you have been using Cloudsome for any length of time to check your servers, changes are you have seen a chart similar to this one: What the chart is telling you here is that during those red plot points (which in cloudsome simply denote 1 hour stretches), your servers . . . Read more

Public Status Page

Your public status page can server various purposes, it can keep your users up to date on the availability of your servers or it can simply show you at a glance what’s currently happening. Cloudsome makes is extremely easy to configure and display your public status page. In your Cloudsome . . . Read more

Posting Data to Your Host

Cloudsome lets you post custom data to your webhost using the POST method. You can post a regular query string, JSON body or, really, anything that can be posted in the body of a POST request. Let’s look at a few examples. Posting Form Data. Let’s say you want to . . . Read more

HTTP Status Codes

One important thing to keep in mind about entering HTTP status codes in Cloudsome is that if you simply don’t enter anything (leave the field empty), Cloudsome will accept any HTTP code as a successful one. This is something we recommend by default. If, however, you do need Cloudsome to . . . Read more