Panopta is a monitoring service that checks all of the user's servers once per minute, allowing it to detect even short-term service outages. It also checks infrastructure by performing transactions with common network services, ensuring that applications are working as intended. Panopta can perform these checks using any of its more-than-thirty globally distributed monitoring nodes.
Panopta provides a RESTful API that gives users programmatic access to the service's functions and information. The API could be used to pull uptime and outage data from Panopta or to remotely add or remove servers, checks, and users.
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