In this short guide, we’ll go through the steps required to set up monitoring and alerting on Agoric validator uptime, voting power and network statistics. The software to be used is Simply VC’s self-hosted and open-source alerting tool, PANIC.
Monitoring is a crucial part of any blockchain infrastructure operation, due to their critical uptime requirement. This is especially the case for nodes operating on the Pocket network, where consumers require the on-demand use of the decentralised nodes’ API services.
PANIC for Oasis is a lightweight yet powerful open source monitoring and alerting solution for Oasis nodes by Simply VC. The tool was built with user friendliness in mind, without excluding cool and useful features like phone calls for critical alerts and Telegram commands for increased control over your alerter.
Latest update: May 2020
This guide will go through the basic commands that cGLD holders will need to run on the Celo network. This will allow interaction with the Celo Protocol and manage Celo Gold holdings.
If you haven’t already, check out our Step-By-Step cGLD Ledger Tutorial.
Latest update: May 2020
In this guide, we’ll be going over the steps required to store your Celo tokens in the most secure way possible. We will do this by using Celo CLI and a Ledger Nano S Hardware Wallet.
Prerequisites for this guide:
An upgrade has been released for the Kusama network, v0.7.0, which requires all validators to upgrade imminently to start validating on the new Kusama CC3 chain.
Check the following official Git document for a more in-depth explanation of the CC3 Upgrade: How to validate on Kusama
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In this short intro, we’ll go through the steps required to set up push notifications, emails and automated phone calls related to validator uptime, voting power and network statistics. The software to be used is Simply VC’s self-hosted and open-source alerting tool, PANIC.
Following the early September release of Kusama CC1, which ran using the Polkadot v0.5.0 release, the Polkadot team have initiated Kusama CC2 with the release of v0.6.0.