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EmbarcaderoMonitoring – monitoring the Embarcadero internet related services

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/03/15

Over time, there are lots of complaints about Embarcadero related internet services (like forums, QC, Appanalytics, docwiki, blogsweb site, maintenance) so to track uptime, I’ve created a set of EmbarcaderoMonitoring pages:

This is preliminary work based on my own lists of Embarcadero endpoints combined with some research like [WayBack] dnsdumpster and [WayBack] IdentIPSpy

Underneath, they run on the infrastructure which has a limit of 50 free monitors.

It means I have to:

  • trim this down for relevancy
  • better document the endpoint
  • find correct endpoint targets for the black (disabled) and red (down) entries as a few of them might need tweaking
  • maybe split off an insecure and secure version (now most subdomains have both http and https monitored)

Any ideas on improving this are welcome: please post a comment here on on the resulting G+ thread.

Note it likely won’t show cases like when the website was hacked or TLS certificate issues like in SSLLabs security reports for some embarcadero subdomains. I need to think about a means for those, as it will certainly help monitoring my own infrastructure in a similar way.


It isn’t that hard to keep up redundant services so average is far above 90% (my most important services are at having hardly any single points of failure), unlike the above picture which has many single points of failure.

Note the above picture is likely incomplete as the one below is incomplete as well [WayBack] dnsdumpster

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