Nagios - used to monitor status and state of the site controllers devices (Site Controller used to monitor all gaming machines in a particular venue across the country). The alerts are accurately reflected the status and state of the devices while testing and in production operation.
GroundWork - used and configured to monitoring servers, windows services, scheduled jobs, applications, logs etc. It was a great experience to work through no monitoring alerts then too many alerts, and then alert on critical errors after a few months hard working on continuous configuring, learning, and reconfiguring.
Datadog, Raygun, Google Analytics in the recent years and all of them have strength and weakness in different areas but they will all do a good job if you configure them properly and use their strength correctly
In my current assignment, I’m learning more about Grafana
does automated regression testing suite count as a form of monitoring as well? if so, Jenkins
I’m being cautious in not disclosing the name. My intent was to raise awareness on the types of solutions available. Clearly, the solutions presented here are providing the transparency needed for the poster’s enterprise, and we recognize the importance of that from a testability point of view.