Node Monitoring - coming in Q1 2020
Monitoring and Alerting
Your node is monitored throughout its lifecycle with our comprehensive tooling. Core machine-level metrics — CPU load, bandwidth, available disk space, memory — are monitored in real-time, with alerting thresholds set internally so the platform can automatically remediate any errors before they occur. We monitor Blockchain specific metrics: Block height to make sure the node is always in sync with the rest of the blockchain; Peer count to make sure the node is always well connected with it’s peers.
Automatic Healing Avoiding Downtime
Nodes themselves present additional key measures that must be watched, and Blockdaemon watches those for faults as well — peer counts, block height, transaction pools. Our experience with multiple protocols allows us to monitor, repair and replace nodes where protocol-level errors may occur. When protocol updates are required, we make sure to apply them in advance so you see no disruption of service.
Blockdaemon uses multiple cloud providers across many geographic regions and networks. This issues nodes are spread out to ensure decentralization and automatically rebalanced nodes if they are too concentrated in one area. We use our own managed data centers, private clouds, and the major public clouds.
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