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Definition

MoSKito Control is a standalone web-based real-time performance monitoring tool.

MoSKito Control is a universal monitoring station for your applications: it collects performance data from the monitored apps, processes the obtained info and presents it in a convenient, minimalistic and user-friendly way.

Presenting "a bird's eye view" of the monitored applications, it gives a clear picture of the app's health for both Developers and Managers, predicting any possible or upcoming problem.

How It Works

MoSKito Control consists of two parts:

  1. The agent, which is installed into the target (monitored) application, 
  2. MoSKito Control Web App.

Agents collect the performance info and send it to the web app via HTTP protocol. The web app receives the data, handles it and displays the processed info through its own user interface.

Guides and Manuals

  1. MoSKito Control Quick Setup Guide describes how to connect MoSKito Control with your application: install agents and configure Control web app itself.
  2. MoSKito Control Web App User Manual is a guide to web app's user interface.

History and Current State

Originally developed as Healthcheck Monitor for the PARSHIP GmbH, it has been contributed back to MoSKito codebase by PARSHIP. 

Right now, MSK Control is at the stage of intensive development: we are cleaning the code up and removing all sensitive information that might be there. However MoSKito Control will be located as additional module, out of the MoSKito primary code base on anotheria GitHub account

This preview image shows what will come soon:

Additional Technical References

The Screens display the following info, related to the monitored apps:

  1. status of the key parameters (based on available thresholds),
  2. accumulated performance statistics in the form of charts (based on available accumulators),
  3. the last 5-minute snapshot from all available producers.
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