OneUptime

Boston, MA, USA
2015
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In this video, we will guide you through the step-by-step process of creating synthetic monitors using OneUptime. Synthetic monitoring is a method to monitor your applications by simulating user behavior. It’s an essential tool for ensuring optimal performance and high availability of your web applications.
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Welcome to our comprehensive step-by-step guide on OneUptime with Kubernetes! In this tutorial, we will walk you through the process of deploying and managing your applications using OneUptime in a Kubernetes environment. Whether you're a beginner just getting started with Kubernetes, or an experienced developer looking to optimize your workflow, this guide is designed to help you understand and harness the power of OneUptime with Kubernetes.
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Welcome to our step-by-step tutorial on how to install OneUptime using Docker Compose! In this video, we'll guide you through the entire process of setting up OneUptime on your system using Docker Compose. OneUptime is a powerful tool that helps you monitor your websites and services, ensuring they're always up and running.
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In this informative and easy-to-follow tutorial, we walk you through the process of setting up Single Sign-On (SSO) with Azure Entra ID and OneUptime. We guide you step-by-step on how to enable SSO for an enterprise application that you’ve added to your Microsoft Entra tenant. We cover everything from signing in to the Microsoft Entra admin center as a Cloud Application Administrator, to configuring SSO in the tenant and the application.
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OneUptime can be used to monitor variety of resources - like API, Website, IP Addresses, Ports and more. This video talks about how all of this works and gives you a sneak peak.
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In this tutorial video, we walk you through the process of creating an on-call policy and rotation in OneUptime. We start by explaining what an on-call policy is and why it’s crucial for your organization. We then guide you step-by-step on how to set up a policy, including defining the policy name, setting the escalation rules, and adding users to the policy. Next, we delve into creating a rotation for the policy. We explain how to set the rotation length, start time, and participants. We also show you how to handle holidays and time-off requests within the rotation.
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OneUptime is a complete open-source observability platform. It allows you to create workflows and integrate with over 5000 different services and products without writing any code. This integration capability allows OneUptime to connect with the rest of your software stack. Building workflows in OneUptime likely involves defining the sequence of operations that should occur based on certain triggers or conditions. These workflows can help automate processes, such as incident management, alerting the right people at the right time, and more.

OneUptime gives you a beautiful and customizable status page for your online business which helps improve transparency with your customers and cuts support costs. We also monitor your website, web apps, API's and more and alerts your team via call, SMS and email when downtime happens.

OneUptime is a Status Page, Monitoring and On-call software all combined into one. Today, Enterprises and Startups use a services like StatusPage.io, Status.io, etc. for a hosted status page, PagerDuty for On-call alerts during downtime, and Pingdom for website monitoring. OneUptime replaces all of these and combines them into one.

OneUptime is currently being used by hundreds of startups and enterprises around the world. From Banking, Healthcare, SaaS, E-commerce, manufacturing, education and more - We have customers in most industry verticals and we support customers of all sizes.