Uptime

New York, NY, USA
2013
Jun 11, 2021   |  By Richard Bashara
Uptime.com maintains a Github, which we update with important and useful resources for those seeking a command-line approach to Uptime.com. We also house important files there for users of our private location probe servers. When you want to use our REST API, and you need help getting started, our Github is a good place to begin. Access our Github here. Today, we want to introduce you to our project, discuss why we chose Github, and share what we hope to accomplish in the future.
Jun 9, 2021   |  By Richard Bashara
Our bread and butter is checking for uptime, and we always recommend users begin their monitoring with the HTTP(S) check. We call it a basic check type, but its functionality is boosted when you start exploring optional parameters. The Uptime.com HTTP(S) check can do a lot more than check for server status 200 OK.
May 24, 2021   |  By Emily Blitstein
The need to implement 360° monitoring of a multi-service infrastructure is almost a universal truth among growing companies. With an expanding pool of clients and services to monitor, segmentation is the key to smooth operation. Monitoring with subaccounts is prime management solution. The trick is to simplify your account structure without limiting your visibility. To evaluate, we’re going to dive to a cellular level. Size matters.
May 21, 2021   |  By Richard Bashara
Uptime.com checks can test anytime, from anywhere, to catch the downtime incidents you need caught. With worldwide probes, or through private locations that monitor your internal network, we reliably detect outages and monitor performance across your websites, applications, servers and infrastructure. Read on to explore 15 use cases for the HTTP(S) check type. HTTP(S) checks validate if a server is up or down, while reducing the possibility of false positives.
May 17, 2021   |  By Richard Bashara
Uptime.com is GDPR compliant as of 2021. Becoming GDPR compliant required an organization-wide dedication to maintaining privacy and security to meet these new standards. These updates impact everything from working with support to our team logging in for work each day. Today, we’ll tackle what GDPR means to our organization, how these changes affect your usage of Uptime.com, and what we’re doing now (and into the future) to protect your personal data.
Apr 21, 2021   |  By Emily Blitstein
With a service as intricate as monitoring it’s nearly impossible to have all your questions answered just by exploring the product website. No matter how clear the pricing and feature descriptions are, it’s hard for a feature description to tell you if it can rise to every occasion your devops team will face. A free trial is an opportunity to connect with a service and test for your use cases.
Apr 13, 2021   |  By Richard Bashara
Your site or application runs on a server, which is just another computer inside some server warehouse. That server is subject to the same kinds of limitations as your personal computer, and you need a way to determine usage of those resources similar to the internal monitoring for disk space or CPU usage that you find inside a Windows or Mac operating system. These internal metrics collectively determine the power or capacity of your server.
Apr 12, 2021   |  By Richard Bashara
You likely do not own your server, but you do have an interest in making sure the applications you run on your server remain responsive. You need to know the full story, and a combination of external and internal monitoring is how you get there. Marketers understand the word “responsive” to mean “capable of rendering on any screen”, but we can think about responsive in more fundamental terms.
Apr 8, 2021   |  By Emily Blitstein
Not all the waves we make are extreme. This is our fancy way of saying that we’ve been making a lot of small, behind the scenes updates lately targeting improvements to reporting and performance. For a full rundown, check out our release updates.
Apr 5, 2021   |  By Richard Bashara
Monitis, once a stand alone monitoring solution, has become Teamviewer Web Monitoring. If you don’t like or don’t need the changes offered you may be looking for alternatives to Monitis. Monitoring is integral to your growing suite of web and application monitoring, and it can be difficult to find a replacement that will do everything you need in one software.

Uptime is an industry leader in website performance monitoring. Uptime checks your website at one-minute intervals across 6 continents. There is unlimited capability to monitor HTTP(S), Ping, SSH, TCP, UDP, DNS, SMTP, POP, and IMAP. If downtime is detected by our probe servers, you will be notified via email, SMS, or third-party push notifications. Uptime.com was created for website owners ranging from Fortune 500 companies to startups in all industries. Our platform's user-friendly functionality was built to serve both large and small teams.

Powerful features, highly reliable monitoring:

  • Easy to Use: Uptime.com simplifies tracking website uptime and performance with highly reliable monitoring, intuitive reporting and easy to use functionality. If you are looking for reliability and minimal false positives.
  • 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.
  • Powerful Integrations: Cachet, DataDog, GeckoBoard, HipChat, Klipfolio, Librato, OpsGenie, Pager Duty, Pushbullet, Pushover, Signifai, Slack, Status.io, Statuspage, Twitter, Jira Service Desk, Wavefront and VictorOps.
  • 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.

Enterprise grade capabilities delivered at a reasonable price.