No matter where the Drupal sites are hosted and regardless of any configuration or deployment specifics, the DRD is able to monitor and manage them all at once.
- all in one place
- well documented
- actively maintained
Learn about dependencies, features and maintainers and how you could get involved/engaged
All DRD specific terms explained in one single place
Describing the data model and how DRD collects and manages all of its data
The first question one should ask before installing monitoring components of any kind, is there any information disclosure to third parties
It's really simple to get started with DRD, you should be up and running in minutes.
There isn't really much you need to configure for DRD. Add hosts and cores, DRD collects the rest automatically.
Most Drupal sites are hosted on platforms like Acquia, Pantheon, Platform.sh or others. DRD integrates with those platform nicely.
DRD integrates with other contrib modules
A collection of does and donts like e.g. setting up cron tabs.
How to enhance DRD and how to contribute.
This is what we're planning after the 3.0 release for Drupal 8 has been published, in no particular order.
What to do if there is a problem.