Incidents You can use the status page and the RSS feed for publishing unexpected incidents that influence your services. It’s the fastest way to inform your customers and reduce the customer support load. Set the details of the incident and choose which services it concerns. The incident will appear on the Status page. After the […]..
The status pages within the WEDOS EWM service are your own status pages, where you can inform the public about the running of your services and the status of the servers. It is also an ideal place to display planned outages/maintenances. If you don’t have a status page yet, create a new one. After creating […]..
Start by logging in to the WEDOS EWM in the Control panel. Right at the top of the EWM page, you will see the Domain Overview – a list of all currently set tests and their status. Some tests will usually be detected and run automatically based on DNS settings, some tests will need to […]..
We will describe all available tests in WEDOS EWM monitoring. With each test name we show in which package is it available (S = Start | P = Professional | HA = High Availability). Domain P | HA This test will notify you of the upcoming domain expiration date. An expired domain usually leads to […]..
WEDOS EWM is an optional service to the WEDOS Domain. You can activate it during domain registration or anytime later. Activation for a new domain WEDOS EWM optional service is available in the domain registration form. You can choose from available options. If you haven’t decided about the WEDOS EWM yet, you can manage optional […]..
WEDOS EWM in the most expensive variant offers API, an application program interface to help users to find out information about their domains, service checks and their current status…
Gradually, for more and more services, it is necessary to start using the public SSH key. This tutorial will show you how to correctly generate a private and public SSH key…