Uptime & performance monitoring made easy. Get notified by SMS or email if your website is down. Uptime checks your website at one minute intervals from 30 different locations across 5 continents.
Powerful features, highly reliable monitoring:
- Detailed Reports: Uptime and response time reports. Get daily, weekly, or monthly email reports.
- Global Uptime: Website monitoring for your website from over 30 locations around the world.
- Virus Checking: Websites scanned with Google Safe Browsing & Yandex Safe Browsing.
- Unlimited Tests: Unlimited capability to monitor HTTP(s), Transaction, Real User Monitoring, API, Ping, SSH, TCP, DNS, Email and more.
- On-Demand Alerts: Receive alerts via email, SMS, Twitter, web-hooks, or push notifications.
- Mobile Apps: Develop an app from our list of projects, or build a custom app.
Enterprise grade capabilities delivered at a reasonable price.
If you’re responsible for keeping tabs on multiple domains, finding what you need when you need it is often half the battle. Want to access checks quickly and easily? Create custom tags for filtering checks in your Dashboard. You will get the info you need without having to look through unrelated information about other sites. Not sure how to organize your checks?
The health of a domain reflects current server status and other details like email servers and DNS records. Today, we’ll do a deep dive into the Domain Health Check and point out potential uses.
Imagine going to the store and waiting in line for 10 minutes while the cashier calls the manager over to help the customer in front of you. That is how it feels when you are waiting for a slow webpage to load. You get impatient and even contemplate moving to a new checkout line (or website). Many people want to shop, bank, and pay bills online because it is quicker. You don’t have to spend the time driving to the bank and waiting in line.
Today’s economy has created a new class of worker: the IT consultant. This lone warrior often manages multiple websites, responding to anything from outages to update requests and every code debug in between. If one can manage the never ending onslaught of servers, API calls and transactions these sites rely on each day, it’s a pretty decent living. The key is removing all the menial work that overwhelms and stifles productivity.
When it comes to loading time, every second counts. In fact, studies show people will never return to your site if it takes longer than a couple of seconds to load. Site speed should be high on your list of performance improvements. On the internet, you really do only get one chance to make a first impression. That’s why speed testing is so important, but it shouldn’t stop at the development phase. Site speed should be continually monitored every step of the way.