Status Page

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Introducing External Services in Opsgenie, powered by Statuspage

As IT and DevOps teams rely more heavily on third-party services, the likelihood of an external incident affecting your customers increases. The 2017 Amazon S3 outage comes to mind as a particularly large downtime event that took thousands of websites down with it. When things go wrong with either an internal or external service, the right people need to be alerted to properly respond to the issue and communicate with customers.

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Deploying a Cachet Status Page to DigitalOcean

If you’ve considered having a status page for your service but are discouraged by the pricing of status page services – consider running an open source status page system like Cachet. This post explains how to install and configure a Cachet status page on the popular DigitalOcean hosting platform. You can run Cachet on DigitalOcean for as little as $5/ month.

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The First Annual StatusGator Status Page Awards

StatusGator monitors 411 different status pages, amassing a mountain of data about each. From when they are down and for how long, to what they post, to which pages people monitor the most and everything in between. Using that data, we are proud to present the first of an annual reflection on the past year. The First Annual StatusGator Status Page Awards seeks to applaud (and perhaps gently shame) a number of cloud services that stood out to us among our massive trove of status page data.

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Will Status Pages Become A Cloud Computing Trend in 2019?

Technology is the core of almost every business today, and with more industries choosing to move to the cloud from on-premise, the increased demand for robust cloud server technology continues to grow. It makes sense for businesses of every size, with the added benefit of offering far greater data security and increased connectivity for employees and business units. What’s more, the cost is often less than onsite server solutions on the market today.