I know I hang out in a pretty geeky crowd, but it seems that a lot of businesses today depend on their servers being up. Generally we pull this off with server monitoring tools and services. Which is great until you need to add another server. Okay, fine, add that to monitoring. But what if your server cluster is (essentially) virtual. That your cloud-computing center will add and drop servers as you need them. Not feasible to keep adding (and removing) software from these machines. This is where Nodefly comes in:
NodeFly—We are a hosted application and infrastructure monitoring service that will be launching at LPV10.
Nope that intro doesn’t say much, but the interview does…
Pssst, hey you!
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