Want to share the statistics of your hosts with your buddies? You can do it with Java-monitor. Of course, your friends cannot change the stats, but they can look over your shoulder when there is something strange going on; or maybethey can keep an eye on your machines while you are golfing?
To learn more about this sweet feature, check out:
Monitoring Social Activity with Java-monitor
Here's a quick synopsis of what you've got to do:
First, make your buddy a friend on Java-monitor.com's forum. Then e-mail them a link to the host you would like to look at. That's about it.
Oh, how do you make someone a buddy, you ask?
To make someone a buddy on Java-monitor, ask them for their Java-monitor user ID. Then go to http://java-monitor.com/forum/profile.php?do=buddylist to add them. It is sufficient that you add them as a buddy. They do not have to accept to be able to see your hosts.
To e-mail a link to the host you would like them to look at, simply copy the host's URL from your browser's URL bar. Then paste that URL into an e-mail. That's it! Your buddy will be asked to log into Java-monitor.com and he or she can then look at the host information.
What is Java-monitor?
In case you don't know: Java-monitor is the free, on-line monitoring tool for Java application servers. Receive an e-mail when your server goes off-line. Tune your memory allocation. Java-monitor supports Glassfish, Tomcat, JBoss, Jetty, Openfire and lots more. Try the live demo of this service on http://java-monitor.com/livedemo.html