Downtime Monkey

Edinburgh, UK
Aug 8, 2019   |  By Downtime Monkey
08 Aug 2019 We've just released another major new feature - global monitoring locations! We now provide website checks from 6 locations worldwide: Australia, Canada (east), Germany, India, UK and USA (west). Read on to see how it works, why it's useful and how to get started...
Jul 4, 2019   |  By Downtime Monkey
04 Jul 2019 Ryan Glass, lead developer at Downtime Monkey and director of Big Toe Web Design gives us the recipe for his ideal downtime alert setup... Yes! At Big Toe we use it for all our website monitoring. As well as building sites, we manage the hosting of our client's websites and we monitor these to make sure that they are up and running round the clock. That depends on the site/client.
Jun 11, 2019   |  By Downtime Monkey
We have compared every available website monitoring service by price. A comparison of each service was made by: 1) the price of the cheapest Pro plan, 2) the price to monitor 10 websites, 3) the price to monitor 100 websites
May 22, 2019   |  By Downtime Monkey
Our Free Plan allows monitoring of up to 60 websites. So why would you want to pay for a Pro Plan if you only need to monitor a few websites? Read on to see the kick-ass Pro features that are most useful for micro users...
May 9, 2019   |  By Downtime Monkey
Since the new year we've released a bunch of new features and plans. The total number of Downtime Monkey users has increased by over 50% and the number of websites being monitored has more than doubled. So we've taken the last few weeks to relax, kick-back and take it easy catch up with some maintenance. We've reduced memory use of clean-up scripts, automated the addition of free SMS credits upon sign-up and applied a bugfix to our Slack App.
Feb 13, 2018   |  By Downtime Monkey
New feature - set a maximum number of SMS alerts per hour.
Nov 27, 2017   |  By Downtime Monkey
Monitoring a website is easy with Downtime Monkey - this video shows you how to set up a new website monitor and receive email or sms alerts if your website goes down. It only takes a few seconds to get started monitoring and you get access to uptime stats too.