Monyt

Server Monitoring ... on the go!

Monyt is an Android server monitoring application which helps IT professionists to check their servers status and be warned when something is wrong, as well as keeping an eye on the server statistics ... everything on the go!

Features

Custom Interval

Monitoring interval ranging from five minutes to eight hours depending on user configuration.

Notifications

If Monyt can't connect to one of your servers, it will notify you both with the standard Android notification system and with an audio notificatio ( configurable ).

Multiple Support

Support for Apache, NGINX, LigHTTPD and every web server capable of running a PHP script ... on HTTPS too!

Charts

Visually check your server behaviour with Monyt historical data charts to have full control of the situation.

Statistics

OS, kernel version, CPU model, uptime, CPU load in last 1, 5 and 10 minutes, RAM load and HD left space, everything in your hand ... literally :D

Help & Support

For general questions, bug reports and support you can use our contact form, we will reach as soon as possible.

Screenshots

Take a look at Monyt.

FAQ

If your question is not listed here, don't esitate to contact us!


  • Q. How do i install Monyt server side script?

    Just download the app from the Google Play Store and then copy this script via ftp, sftp or ssh into the web directory of your server (with the .php extension obviously).
    Once you have done, add the script address, server name and refresh interval into the Monyt application ... the end :)

  • Q. Does Monyt support XXXXX web server?

    As stated in the features section, Monyt supports every webserver capable of running PHP scripts.

  • Q. What operating systems are supported?

    Monyt was developed for Linux servers, therefore Linux is the only OS it supports at the moment.

    Windows and BSD support will be integrated into new releases of Monyt.

  • Q. How much battery will Monyt drain ?

    This only depends on your configuration, since Monyt will be resource intensive as much as your status check interval will be small.

    In any case, the workload for a Monyt request is very small, therefore even the smallest interval won't drain too much battery.