Our updates dashboard is easy to use and lets you assess essential information at a glance: number of websites, outstanding security updates, outstanding module updates or Drupal core updates. Several filtering options allow you to keep a manageable overview of the websites you monitor, whatever their number. There is no limit to what you can do, or the amount of sites you can add.
Through our weekly digest email we send you an overview of all the currently available updates for your websites together with an activity overview of the updates you or your team members have made to those websites in the last seven days. The emails are send out at 2 p.m. GMT or 9 a.m. ET so you can integrate them easily into your weekly workflow. We do everything for you, the only thing you have to choose is who you send these emails too. And that can be done through your control panel.
The module page is the entry point to all information related to your websites’ modules. On this page you can search and filter using a free text field, or you can select to filter information for actively maintained, actively developed or unsupported modules. The module usage stats are very powerful. As an example, the module usages stats allow you to see on how many websites you are using a particular module, whether that module is actively maintained, still in development or unsupported, and what the different versions of the module across your installations are.
Lumturio uses SHA256 and supports TLS 1.2 for all communication with and from the platform and uses the DHE-RSA Key Exchange Algorithm.
Passwords are encrypted through unique salts per account, using the SHA512 algorithm.
We monitor the security community's output closely and work promptly to upgrade the service to respond to new vulnerabilities as they are discovered.
Lumturio is the big brother of DrupalStatus, a community project and platform that has been run successfully since 2013. DrupalStatus has a proven record of successfully monitoring Drupal 6 and Drupal 7 installations. This knowhow, and the gained insights from actively working on making this monitoring better, have formed the basis of our work at Lumturio.
WordPress is an online, open source website creation tool written in PHP. But in non-geek speak, it's probably the easiest and most powerful blogging and website content management system (or CMS) in existence today.
Whenever we crawl your website from any of our data centers we keep track of its HTTP status codes and response times. This independent monitoring offers an audit trail that can be useful in many situations, especially when SLAs are concerned.
At Lumturio, we subscribe to all available mailing lists, workgroups, IRC channels and available security information. This guarantees that we can filter out the noise and only report actionable security tasks to you.
With Lumturio it is our wish to offer advanced security monitoring to all CMS users worldwide. We believe that the future is online and if that future is to be bright, everyone and everything deserves to be secure. That is why Lumturio has no limit on the amount of websites you can monitor.
We’ve all been there. Suddenly one of your websites is broken, or that of a customer. And nobody did anything to it. Using the update logs we provide is like having your own Dr. Watson in your back pocket. With this feature you can keep track or trace back all module installations, updates and removals. A guarantee to resolve any website mystery!
A friendly robot available in every Slack team to guide your team. Use it to check on the status of your websites or have it configured to notify you whenever an update is available.
For those cases that require instant responsiveness, the weekly digest emails or the sites and module dashboard might not be enough. Our instant notification feature is a powerful customization tool that allows you to set your own notification triggers for each of your websites, based on events you wish to monitor. This can be a feature or security update on a certain module, all modules or Drupal core.
When dealing with website security, time is almost always of the essence. That’s why we offer a detailed overview a particular Drupal core version or module history. But that’s not all. Of course, it’s useful to know when an update became available. But it’s certainly equally important - if not more - to know what your or your team’s response-time was when the update came out.
Drush is a command line shell and Unix scripting interface for Drupal. By integrating with Drush we can offer users a hassle-free way to add new websites or request manual refresh operations, replacing the need for many clicks and page refreshes in the user interface of the platform.
Many people have a need to export or manipulate data as .csv specified tables. That is why we added an export button to every data overview (database) in the interface. The exports will automatically filter the same information as you selected through the back-end of the platform.
Lumturio allows you to manage all your sites from a single location. You can use the provided comment and tag fields to keep track of your customers, hosting or support plans.
Our support team will assist you with any query you might have concerning our platform. Whether you have questions about your account or if you need more information about one of our features or assistance setting things up, we’re happy to help. We answer all support requests by email within 2 business days.
Depending on the plan you are on, your websites status is updates hourly or up to 6 times per hour. Although we know this is enough to cover most of your needs, sometimes it is crucial to scan a website instantly. That is exactly what the ‘Scan now’ feature offers. When clicked, our servers scan your website instantly and return an accurate status update.
Drupal 8 is coming and this is huge! The release of this Drupal version will set a new standard for ease of use and is accompanied by no less than 200 new features and improvements. At Lumturio we have been working around the clock to prepare our platform for this upcoming release, to make sure that you can add your Drupal 8 websites to your account and that you can keep them updated seamlessly.
IPv4 has only 4.3 billion addresses, and with PCs, smartphones, tablets, gaming systems, and just about everything else connecting to the Internet today, we've tapped the system dry. IPv6 uses 128-bit addresses and is capable of producing 340 undecillion of them. That is 340 times 10 to the 36th power, or 340 trillion trillion trillion possible IP addresses. Maybe not enough to get us to the next century, but certainly enough to get us to the next decade.
At Lumturio we have worked around the clock to make sure everything is ready to support you when you make the transition to IPv6. By the way, why would you wait? IPv6 is available now.
API, an abbreviation of application program interface, is a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. A good API makes it easier to develop a program or 'App' by providing all the building blocks. A programmer or web developer then puts the blocks together.
Lumturio provides the exact same API as we use to build our own user interface, allowing you and your team to get the best possible results from our service.