Improving the customer experience with a performant and an always-available website, app, or API gives you a competitive edge.
Discover downtime and performance problems before your customers do, and help keep them informed with public status pages.
It's widely accepted that Google and other search engines favour websites that do not suffer from uptime or performance issues.
See all of the end-points you're monitoring in one simple view – displaying the uptime, mean response time, and Apdex value over time, indicating the overall health and performance.
Click a monitor to view an overview of its response time distribution, uptime, downtime in minutes, mean response time, errors and more.
We monitor your services from all over the globe to help ensure that all of your customers are enjoying the experience. Choose which regions apply to you and aim for green!
Customizable alerts give you full control over when and how your team is informed of degraded uptime or performance. Get notified via Slack, PagerDuty, email, or webhook.
See which errors introduced service downtime and when they occurred with the errors graph, with a month of data retention on every plan.
The timing histograms display the distribution of where time is spent for the request, from the hostname DNS lookup to the time required to generate and serve the response.
The latency heatmap makes it easy to see regressions in performance, across all or a select region, don't let bad deploys go unnoticed.
Weekly reporting emails provide your team a brief look at overall performance and uptime throughout the week, without leaving the inbox.
Detailed monitor reporting highlights timing distribution, errors, geographical latency and more.
Alerts notify your team when a monitor is down or performing slowly, receiving notifications for both the triggered and resolve state.
Create as many public status pages as you need, keep your customers informed of current and recent outages.
Every plan receives high resolution monitors ensure that reporting is accurate, and alerts are responsive.
Receive notifications when an end-point is down or performing poorly. Report to one or more Slack teams and channels.
Notify your front-end when your app is unresponsive, and the back-end team when your API down with PagerDuty's on-call scheduling.
More than simple HEAD requests, monitors may include a request body and header fields to test APIs, cache behaviour, and so on.
Receive weekly performance reports in your inbox to stay informed, and highlight performance trends.
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Choose from 13 regions across the globe to ensure all of your customers are happy.
Stay one step ahead of SSL certificate renewal issues with automatic expiration notifications.
Receive webhook requests when a monitor is down or performing poorly, and when it has recovered.
Number of URLs which can be monitored.
Number of team members who can view and manage monitors, alerts, and status pages.
Number of alert rules for triggering downtime or performance notifications.
Number of regions a single monitor will perform requests from.
Number of status pages you may create. Typically you'd have one per domain, such as status.apex.sh.