Oracle Health Checks provides the ability to monitor and alert on the availability of any public-facing service hosted in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Additionally, Oracle Health Checks is fully integrated with the Oracle DNS Traffic Management service to enable automated detection of service failures and trigger DNS failovers to ensure continuity of service when needed.
Monitor the availability and performance of any public-facing IP address or fully qualified domain name (FQDN).
Easy to configure Health Checks for external monitoring from vantage points around the globe.
Monitor for the availability of any publicly visible IP address or FQDN from vantage points located around the globe.
Monitor for latency metrics for any publicly visible IP address or FQDN from vantage points located around the globe.
Perform tests on demand to gauge performance and troubleshoot endpoints.
Detect failures and use DNS Traffic Management to failover in the event of a problem.
Create a Health Check within the DNS Traffic Management workflow, or create one ahead of time and attach it to a DNS Traffic Manager policy.
Detect an availability problem with any FQDN or IP address and automatically failover to the backup resource.
Fully integrated with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Monitoring and backed by an extensive REST API.
Fully integrated into Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Monitoring to ease in the creation of alerts based on incoming metrics.
Health Checks integrates easily with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure SDK and CLI.
A REST API provides programmatic access to current and historical monitoring data for up to 90 days.
Monitor endpoints within the Oracle cloud and across your hybrid infrastructure.
Supports monitoring of any endpoint FQDN or IP address hosted in the Oracle cloud or across your hybrid infrastructure.
Flexible configuration provides monitoring support for multicloud scenarios.