Arduino-Modded Stoplight as a Server Monitor

September 19th, 2011 4 Comments

This is an epic mod. You’re probably familiar with the stoplight as an overused analogy on dashboards for everything from business analytics to web site metrics.

Someone applied it literally to server uptime, and the result is very cool.

Check out the Instructables for the nitty-gritty.

Image from Engadget

Arduino-modded stoplight makes the bestest server monitor you’ll see this week — Engadget


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4 Responses to “Arduino-Modded Stoplight as a Server Monitor”

  1. uvox Says:

    What’s the stepladder for?

  2. joel garry Says:

    To put aluminum foil over the red light when it gets annoying.

  3. Jake Says:

    Heh, I think it’s leftover from the install.

  4. uvox Says:

    In the apps world they’re called post-implementation steps.

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