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document CloudReady Monitor Installation And Usage Guide
CloudReady Monitor is a service that helps you build your own cloud-based, distributed sensor network that proactively monitors Software-as-a-Service applications such as Google for Work and Microsoft Office 365. CloudReady Monitor monitors these offerings from corporate headquarters and satellite...
07 Oct, 2015
document Can I test drive CloudReady Monitor?
Yes you can! You can take a free trial of Exoprise CloudReady by clicking here. During the free-trial you can collect install various Sensors in different Sites to monitor the performance of the cloud-services that you are dependent on and their underlying network infrastructure.
20 Dec, 2014
document Error: Error connecting to the mailbox. There is a configuration, password or autodiscover service availability problem.
Error: Error connecting to the mailbox. There is a configuration, password or autodiscover service availability problem. Additional details follow: The Autodiscover service couldn't be located. Possible Causes: The Office 365 Username is invalid. Please check your spelling. The...
12 Apr, 2017
document Private Sites Overview
Private Sites and Sensors Private sites are instances of the CloudReady Secure Service that you install on your own computers or Virtual Machines wherever you want to set up sensors to run. Put them at Branch Offices/MPLS/SD-WAN, behind WiFi access points, cellular attached networks, any...
23 Jun, 2017
document How to Change Private Site Log On and Permissions
If you would like to change the account that a CloudReady Private Site is running under (or logging in as) then you will have some extra work to do. CloudReady Private Sites require permissions to the filesystem, C:\ProgramData\Exoprise, and the account that the Private Sites are running...
07 Oct, 2015
document What are the installation requirements?
The Exoprise Management Client, our custom network client, is used for securely deploying Private Sites and connecting the sites with our CloudReady servers. The Client is also used for configuring and validating CloudReady sensors. The requirements for CloudReady Private Sites are very...
10 Jan, 2018
document Secure Service Bulk Deployment Guide
  Exoprise has built several tools to facilitate large scale deployments of the Exoprise Secure Service.  The Secure Service can be silently installed across a large number of machines using tools like BigFix or System Center Configuration Manager.  The silent install...
20 Jun, 2016
document Public Sites Overview
Public Sites and Sensors Public sites are cloud-based instances of the CloudReady service that are owned and maintained by Exoprise at many locations throughout the world. You can configure and deploy sensors to public sites for monitoring external resources from the cloud. Public sites differ...
22 Jun, 2017
document CloudReady Monitor Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Public Key Encryption CloudReady Monitor uses public-key encryption to securely store sensor credentials while still enabling customers the ability to easily deploy, control and configure a large number of distributed sensors from one secure location in the cloud. Installation and Key-pairs ...
07 Oct, 2015
document What's New
In this article you can find the latest release notes about CloudReady Monitor. May 30, 2018 New SAML Single Sign-On Support for CloudReady No more passwords for CloudReady, you control the access. Manage who can access CloudReady with your own Identity Provider. Multiple...
01 Jun, 2018
document How Do You Configure the Secure Service to Use A Proxy Server?
The Secure Service can easily be configured to use a proxy server for all of its communications. The Secure Service will automatically be configured to use the proxy if it is installed with the Exoprise Management Client and you choose to set it up with a proxy during installation. If you are...
06 Apr, 2017
document Service Logon Accounts
CloudReady Monitor utilizes a Win32 Windows-based service for running its sensors. The service is called the 'Secure Service Shell' or 'Service Shell' or sometimes it is referred to as a Private Site. During installation of the Service Shell customers have the option of having the service run as...
07 Oct, 2015