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India’s First Cloud Monitoring System Kick started!

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New Delhi: Dynofy transpires as being India’s First Cloud Monitoring System developed by a team of two independent developers namely; Abhishek Gahlot and Shubhamoy Chakrabarty. Dynofy which from its barrio started off as a simple script for monitoring our own servers. Soon afterwards getting to realise its potential the duo extended Dynofy in to a full-fledged application.

The system from its quarter is easy to use; all the user needs to do is to add a website or server and set the interval sandwiched between each check; that’s it.

Now whenever a website or server goes down an email notification is sent on the registered email address. Previous night the android app came in the Google Play Store. The android application lets the users to monitor their websites or servers while being on-the-move with instant notifications.

The system is built using Python’s Flask Framework and MongoDB for the server end and the user interface uses a template based on Twitter Bootstrap along with Google’s AngularJS Framework and jQuery. The overall objective is to afford stable and user-friendly interface. Dynofy also delivers the REST API which would let fellow developers to integrate Dynofy into their own application.

Remarking on the launch, Abhishek Gahlot, Founder and Developer, Dynofy alleged that, “Initially when we had started the development we didn’t knew that we could reach up to this level. In future also we wish to develop such applications since it allows to combine all the learnings and create something from which others can benefit. Earlier when I had developed CloudTub it had given me a good hold on developing product based solutions.” 

Shubhamoy Chakrabarty, Co-Founder and Developer, Dynofy believed that, “This is a huge achievement for ourselves and the credit goes to our family and special ones. Overall it was a great experience since writing loads of code isn’t a big deal but designing a product is a big deal wherein the overall usability of a product matters as compared to lines of code.”

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Jawed Akhtar

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