On our website we use Olark live chat. It is a great software and we would definitely recommend it to a friend. We really like to monitor our services and one of the interesting tasks was how to monitor that our live chat is on-line. We provide 24/7 email, phone and live chat support so being on-line is essential for us. Another great software which we use is NodePing monitoring. We would also recommend it to a friend. NodePing provides four HTTP [...]
We provide reports of cache utilization of your static CDN services (CDN Static and CDN Static Push). The following aspects are measured. CDN Cache Hits - Number of requests to your CDN service served directly from the CDN cache. Hits - Number of requests to your CDN service requiring pull from your origin server. Cache Hit Ratio - Ratio CDN Cache Hits / (CDN Cache Hits + Origin Hits) Please note that requests blocked by URL Signing, Password Protection, Country Access Policy, [...]
Have you already heard about the recent vulnerability in SSL called Poodle? As well as other big companies like Akamai, Google or Twitter we have also disabled SSL 3.0 support in our network. We recommend to take this vulnerability seriously and to disable SSL 3.0 on your own servers and browsers. Run the following command in your terminal: openssl s_client -connect your-website.com:443 -ssl3 If you receive an error response like this: 26373:error:14094410:SSL routines:SSL3_READ_BYTES:sslv3 alert handshake failure:s3_pkt.c:1099:SSL alert number 40 26373:error:1409E0E5:SSL routines:SSL3_WRITE_BYTES:ssl handshake failure:s3_pkt.c:536: Then everything is fine. [...]
Raw access logs are an excellent piece of information about your CDN traffic. With raw access logs you can: Get list IP addresses of your visitors. Get status codes like 200, 404, etc. Get number of viewers of your streams. Get statistics per stream names. Example for static CDN 188.8.131.52 - - [10/Oct/2000:13:55:36 -0700] "GET /image.jpeg HTTP/1.1" 200 2326 Example for streaming CDN W1<TAB>290684511.r.cdnsun.net<TAB>INFO<TAB>stream<TAB>create<TAB>2014-10-05<TAB>08:56:04<TAB>556727814<TAB> 184.108.40.206<TAB>-<TAB>3465<TAB>3454<TAB>10.16<TAB>rtmp://mycompany.com:1935/_definst_/stream<TAB> 1<TAB>-<TAB>0<TAB>0<TAB>-<TAB>-<TAB>rtmp://mycompany.com:1935/_definst_/stream<TAB>-<TAB>W1 Please refer to Raw Access Logs for more details. We would love your feedback on this new feature! Sincerely your CDNsun team.