The Dotcom-Monitor API gives you a simple and structured way to access the powerful monitoring and load testing capabilities of Dotcom-Monitor services.
The Dotcom-Monitor API is served over HTTP/HTTPS.
All URIs referenced in the document have the following base:
All requests require preliminary authentication. Authentication expires after 60 seconds of inactivity.
API Authentication section will guide you through the authentication process.
The API uses JSON as a data format throughout the service, for both requests and responses.
An app must set the Content-Type HTTP header to “application/json” only if it’s sending JSON in the request body.
All read methods are HTTP/HTTPS GET requests.
All write methods are HTTP/HTTPS POST or PUT requests.
The Error Handling article contains a description of how errors are being reflected.
Using the API
- API Overview section contains an approach overview.
- LoadView Methods and Monitoring Methods sections contain lists of resources, descriptions of corresponding endpoints and methods including JSON object examples with detailed overview of the related parameters.
- Code Examples section has well-commented code patterns that developers can build on.