StatusGator

New York, NY, USA
2015
May 13, 2022   |  By Colin Bartlett
StatusGator is a status data platform: We ingest data from almost 2,000 services by extracting and normalizing their official, public status page information. To monitor a service, you simply search through our list of thousands and its added to your dashboard. From there, you can filter to specific components of a service, such as products or regions. Now, you can subscribe to the same service more than once on a single StatusGator dashboard. What does this mean in practice?
May 11, 2022   |  By Colin Bartlett
We’ve just released highly-requested feature for our public, aggregated status pages: Password protection. Now, StatusGator’s customizable, brandable, aggregated status pages can be protected behind a password. This feature is now available on our Venture plan. StatusGator is a status page aggregator. We make it easy to publish single page with the status of all your cloud vendors in one place.
Apr 29, 2022   |  By Colin Bartlett
StatusGator has a wide a variety of use cases: from education to help desk to IT and managed services and DevOps, too. All corners of an organization depend on cloud services and StatusGator gives you visibility into the status of all of your vendors. We’ve heard over and over from our DevOps users that alerts and notifications for their teams are already centralized into a single incident management platform such as OpsGenie, PagerDuty, or FireHydrant.
Apr 27, 2022   |  By Colin Bartlett
It’s no secret, we love favicons (short for “favorites icon”) here at StatusGator. Our aggregated status dashboards and status pages feature the favicons of all the services you depend on, aiding in recognition. Favicons are shown when you bookmark, or add a site to your favorites. And, more importantly, they are shown in the tabs of your browser. Now, your own StatusGator aggregated status page can have a custom favicon, too!
Apr 7, 2022   |  By Colin Bartlett
In the first 3 months of 2022, we’ve deployed 242 updates to StatusGator. As our growth has accelerated, we have become the platform relied upon by thousands to gain visibility into their vendors’ service statuses. Today, we’re announcing several big new features you may have seen trickle in over the last few weeks.
Apr 5, 2022   |  By Colin Bartlett
StatusGator status pages are a unique way to consolidate the status of all of your vendors on a single page. Reduce support ticket volume by publishing your status page to your team or users. Now you can publish a message to the top of your status page for even more effective communication. Use this space for maintenance notifications, highlighting critical outages, or explaining your page to your users.
Apr 5, 2022   |  By Colin Bartlett
StatusGator is a status page aggregator: We bring together the status of all of your vendors into a single status page you can share with your team. Now, you can override the status of any service on your page to reflect exactly what you want it to. There are two opposite use cases for this feature: When a service is experiencing an outage and it’s not reflected on their status page. Or when an outage posted on their page is not affecting you and your team.
Apr 4, 2022   |  By Colin Bartlett
One year ago we launched what would become our most popular feature yet: a page you could publish with your name and logo that aggregated the status of all of your cloud vendors. We called it a “public dashboard” because it did not require a StatusGator account to view, and it published your StatusGator dashboard for your entire team. We’ve now renamed this feature a “status page” and made it even more accessible inside of StatusGator. Why the change? Read on.
Mar 8, 2022   |  By Colin Bartlett
For more than 7 years, StatusGator has monitored the world’s status pages and aggregated the status of more than 1,000 cloud services into custom dashboards. With a quick glance, you can see the status of every service you depend on. But what if a website you depend on does not have a status page? What about internal tools, sites you host yourself, and other services without public status information?
Mar 2, 2022   |  By Colin Bartlett
Contact us to get access to our direct monitoring beta feature today! For more than 7 years, StatusGator has monitored the world’s status pages and aggregated the status of more than 1,000 cloud services into custom dashboards. With a quick glance, you can see the status of every service you depend on. But what if a website you depend on does not have a status page? What about internal tools, sites you host yourself, and other services without public status information?

Instant cloud status monitoring. StatusGator monitors the service status pages of more than 340 cloud services. Receive alerts when downtime is posted. Stay informed with a unified status dashboard.

Create a custom dashboard for your team to check whenever trouble arises. Configure alerts to Email, Slack, HipChat, Flowdock, and more. If any of the services you depend on go down, you and your team will know immediately.

StatusGator monitors the published service status of more than 340 cloud services:

  • Consult your dashboard before spending hours debugging problems.
  • Enable notifications and be alerted when services report issues.
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