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  |  By Leo Baecker
If you work as a CTO, then you already know that having robust monitoring and analytical tools for your technology stack is a prerequisite to getting your job done right. Many companies that started off using Datadog discovered that it can become prohibitively expensive and complex when they needed to scale. As such, there are a lot of people out there currently seeking out alternatives.
  |  By Leo Baecker
Businesses rely on software solutions increasingly in our modern age, and it’s constantly evolving. Compared to some of the software being used in the early 2000s, we’ve seen large changes, resulting in more complex frameworks, which come with their own unique changes. As software and systems become more complex, so increases the probability of errors occurring and the level of jeopardy those errors might present.
  |  By Leo Baecker
As someone tasked with handling the pitfalls and consequences of unwanted downtime, it can be difficult to keep up to date with the latest software developments working to address these undesirable yet inevitable situations. And yet, whilst recognizing this fact is a necessary condition of overcoming such challenges, it is not in itself sufficient to meet the task.
  |  By Leo Baecker
Nowadays, almost half of traditional small businesses (and nearly 2/3rds of small tech companies in particular) employ cloud infrastructure or hosting services, and for good reasons. Cloud computing can potentially save money, help with scalability and flexibility and make it easier to test new products and design fresh applications faster.
  |  By Leo Baecker
On average, according to consultancy firm IDC, it costs a small business around $137 to $427 in lost revenue for every minute its website is down. So, as you can see, ensuring your website is live as often as possible is essential to keeping your revenue flowing as smoothly as possible. This is where uptime monitoring software comes in. In this guide, we’ll look at the eight best uptime monitoring tools that money can buy. We’ll discuss their features, pricing, and pros & cons.
  |  By Leo Baecker
If you’re part of the DevOps, SecDevOps, or IT team, you would agree that continuous monitoring of the entire IT systems and networks is vital. And this explains why 70% of businesses treat preventing downtime as a priority to avoid causing significant issues in the future. So monitoring your IT infrastructure constantly with a continuous monitoring plan is one way of improving efficiency and productivity.
  |  By Leo Baecker
Are you tired of dealing with server crashes, downtime, and slow response time? Join the club. Server monitoring and maintenance is key to keeping your organization running smoothly, but it's notoriously difficult to manage. That's why it's important to have the right tools in place for server performance monitoring and uptime tracking. Not sure which tool to choose? You're in the right place.
  |  By Leo Baecker
Out of all the tools in your stack, your monitoring tool is probably not your favorite to work with. That's understandable—at best it works seamlessly in the background, at worst it's a source of constant headaches. But let's not underestimate the importance of monitoring tools. They are an essential part of any IT infrastructure, and finding the right one can be quite a challenge.
  |  By Leo Baecker
You're probably aware that downtime is expensive—but do you know how expensive it is? The short answer is—very. According to the Ponemon Institute, outages cost organizations an average of $9,000 per minute (or $540,000 per hour). That's why companies of all sizes are investing in incident management tools to reduce their downtime and improve the customer experience.
  |  By Leo Baecker
In today's digital age, businesses are heavily reliant on their online presence. Website downtime or technical glitches can have a significant impact on a business's reputation, customer satisfaction, and revenue. To avoid such situations, it's crucial to have a status page that provides real-time updates on the status of your website.

Beautifully simple and reliable website monitoring. Receive alerts when your website is down through emails, Slack or SMS, integrated with real time data and insights.

Know when your website is down before your users do with downtime alerts through emails and webhooks, real time data and insights.

Why Hyperping?

  • Everything you need, visualized: Monitor your sites with simple and beautiful charts. Measure your uptime, response time and more every minute.
  • Get alerted anywhere you are: Seamlessly integrate notification channels for you and your teammates such as Slack, SMS and emails. Get alerts and react before your users even notice.
  • Global monitoring: Choose from 10 different locations worldwide. We double check (no false positives) from two more locations whenever an error occurs to confirm downtime.
  • Transparency for customer trust: Inform your users about your availability and reliability through the Public Status Page feature. Set up one in seconds.
  • Keep control of your branding: Customise your status page by changing your favicon, a custom logo and the color of the graphs.
  • SSL Monitoring: Never worry about when your SSL certificate is expired or damaged.
  • User Satisfaction: Understand what your users feel when browsing your site.
  • Data retention: Go back in time by keeping a large history of your uptime, response time and outages.

Top companies have peace of mind using Hyperping.