Artifakt automatically monitors the health of your
critical environments. We send HTTP requests to your applications at regular intervals and alert you by email in the event of an incident.
After 2 failed attempts, we consider that an incident is occurring on your environment and send you an email alert to inform you.
These are the rules:
A HTTP request is sent every 30 seconds to the environments
HTTP response code must be
Environments must respond in less than 5 seconds
HTTP requests are sent to the main domain of the environments
In the future, when your environment returns to a normal state and your application is back online, we send an email alert to inform you.
Emails are sent to the address defined in your profile.
Go to Environment → Monitoring → Health Check to view the health check history we have performed for a specific environment.
You can see the global availability of your application as well as the average response time. Lower in the page, you can view the status (
Unhealthy), the HTTP response code and the response time for each request we made.
Artifakt offers a simple way to see detailed information about your environments. It helps you understand how they behave over time and to make good decisions in the event of any incident.
Go to Environment → Monitoring to see the available information. You will then be able to access different sections depending on your platform level (Starter or Scalable).
Each diagram can be displayed using 4 different time scales:
Data points available every minute.
Data points available every 10 minutes.
Data points available every hour.
Data points available every 6 hours.
All data related to the web requests processed by the platform.
This diagram displays the volume of HTTP requests processed by your environment. To be more specific, it is the volume of HTTP requests processed by the Web servers of the platform hosting your environment.
HTTP Response Codes
This diagram displays the HTTP response codes (2xx, 3xx, 4xx, 5xx) of the Web requests processed by the Web servers.
Web Response Time
This diagram displays the average elapsed time between the sending of HTTP requests from the load balancer to the Web servers, and the response from these Web servers.
All data related to the web servers usage.
This diagram shows the amount of CPU used by the web servers (percentage).
This diagram shows the amount of memory (RAM) used by the Web servers.
This diagram shows the average CPU usage load of the web servers over a 5-minute period.
All data related to the persistent volumes.
This diagram indicates the amount of storage used by each of the Web servers.
This diagram indicates the volume of read/write operations over a given period of time (total number of bytes transferred during this period).
This diagram shows the total number of read/write operations over a given period of time.
This diagram indicates the total number of seconds elapsed for all read/write operations to complete over a given period of time.
All data related to the database usage.
This diagram indicates the number of connections to the database at a given time.
This diagram indicates the memory (RAM) still available for the database server.
This diagram shows the amount of CPU used by the database server (percentage).
Free Storage Space
This diagram indicates the amount of storage still available for the database server.
This diagram indicates the average time required per read / write operation on the database server disk.
Read / Write Operations (Ops/s)
This diagram indicates the average number of read / write operations on the database server disk.