Scout App aims to provide a server with a clean and reliable hosted solution to monitor Linux servers and apps. When users integrate 2 lines of code, they can monitor data applications and servers built in Linux. This API is valuable to customize plugins, assign roles, and perform HTTP POST or webhook calls. In the site Scout offers API information related to ground rules, fetch alerts, roles, and notifications. Scout currently monitors the servers of AirBnB and The New York Times.
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31-05-15 03:57:04[SDK] ScoutApp REST API Libraries by ScoutApp updated with Related API Scout App