The complete MoSKito integration guide – Step 6 – Watching the big app with MoSKito-Control

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In all previous steps, we integrated MoSKito into our application and set up data storage. In simple words, we learned how to monitor our app’s performance and store the obtained MoSKito data for later analysis. What’s next?

Here’s the good news: our burgershop is now the world’s leading burger-seller, with million revenues. It has become a big distributed app, with multiple instances and servers.
The bad news: even the smallest fail might lead to a thousand-euro loss per minute.

The question: how to keep trace of hundreds of producers on a dozen of instances? It’s the moment to call Superman another hero!

So, today we’re setting up MoSKito-Control, a tool for monitoring multi-node web applications.

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The complete MoSKito integration guide – Step 5 – MoSKito-Central in remote mode

In the previous step we integrated MoSKito-Central in embedded mode, today is exactly the promised fine day to integrate MoSKito-Central in remote (standalone) mode.

You may ask “Why do we need it?”,  the answer is: our burgershop has become a real empire with multiple application instances and we want to monitor all of them and consolidate the obtained performance data in one place.

So, let’s start!
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