COZ recently launched a new monitoring component in Dora, which will replace its original network monitoring tool and provide users with a quick overview of public RPC node availability.
The new page monitors a number of different endpoints across both Neo Legacy and N3, listing useful node information such as type, block height, state height, number of connected peers, and other attributes.
COZ has also begun migrating its API resources from Neoscan to Dora following the latest optimizations to its block explorer.
Developers who built applications using the original Neoscan API are being encouraged to remain proactive by updating with support for the new API. The migration process is expected to complete over the next few months.