"BeatPulse is a simple liveness, readiness library for .NET Core Applications. Health checking is the process where load balancers or application delivery controller does periodic checks on our applications to make sure that they are up and responding without any problems. If our applications are down for whatever reason or any of the systems that our applications depends on (A database, a distributed cache, web service, ect) are down, the load balancer, k8s, should detect this and stop sending traffic its way trying to restore services manually or automatically. Our liveness library is composed by: System (Disk Storage, Memory) Network (Tcp, Ftp, Sftp, Dns resolve) Redis SqlServer MongoDb Postgress Sql Oracle Azure Storage (Blobs, Tables and Queues) Azure Service Bus (Event Hub, Service Bus queues and topics) DocumentDb MySQL SqLite Kafka RabbitMQ Identity Server AWS DynamoDB Custom lambda liveness."
Project website: https://github.com/Xabaril/BeatPulse
Project twitter: xabarilcoding
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