Self service recovery

When monitoring a complete infrastructure, you might have a single instance whichs hangs - blocking B4Failure from performing further tests on your system, leaving your infrastructure unmonitored.

To avoid this, a service helper monitors the database for changes, and if the database has not been altered for a period of time, the main service will be forced down and restarted.

If the service has been stalled by a single monitor, this monitor will be marked, and if the problem occur again, the monitor will be disabled to ensure that the rest of the monitors are operational.

This ensures your system is monitored at all times, even if the main service crashes or hangs.

Safety features
» Database structure
» DNS caching
» Email queuing
» Self service recovery