Configuring and using passive checks

Scenario: You need to set up your smart DNS configuration so that the DNS resolution algorithm is driven by externally-fed performance/availability indicators, also known as metrics. In the following configuration example we will assume: the FQDN that will be resolved by clients worldwide is This is your website/application host name. you have two servers (targets) that run contents for 1 server with IP address 1 server with IP address each server is considered available if its CPU load average is < 60% (this is handled by a passive check through metrics pushed to     How to configure it: Log on to using your… Read More

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