Uptime Robot

Sep 11, 2019   |  By Umut Muhaddisoglu
Uptime Robot can already check the status of servers/devices who have public IPs with its ping and port monitoring feature. Yet, there are many other servers/computers/devices that are inside an intranet (but connected to the internet) and need to be monitored.
Sep 5, 2019   |  By Umut Muhaddisoglu
A status page is a very easy-to-setup, nice and automated way to share the status of the websites/servers with visitors, users and teammates. And, the ability to share additional info with users like current issues or an upcoming maintenance can only make it better.
May 7, 2019   |  By Umut Muhaddisoglu
Uptime Robot provided 2 api-key types: a master api_key and monitor-specific api_key. The master api_key can be used to perform almost every action exists in the dashboard and it must not be revealed for the security of the accounts.
Mar 25, 2019   |  By Umut Muhaddisoglu
Caching is a great way to improve website performance and minimize the load. An ideal cache displays the cached version until the content changes and flushes the cache when there is a change. Yet, there may be cases where the cached version is not the most up-to-date one (if there is a DB error on the site or the caching is only time-based..).
Feb 24, 2019   |  By Umut Muhaddisoglu
Uptime Robot treats all HTTP statuses equally. They mean either up or down… except HTTP 401. HTTP 401 is expected in some situations and not expected in others. Currently, HTTP 401 is handled as...
Jan 3, 2018   |  By WPBuilders
Learn how to monitor the uptime and downtime of your website for FREE! This is a great tool!
Jun 22, 2016   |  By WPBuilders
This is a video tutorial gives a step by step process to configure Uptime Robot to monitor your website and alert you if your website goes down.