Full Stack Monitoring: DNS, Data and HTTP Starting at $0/mo.
Sure, we check that your endpoint or database responds and does so within a customizable threshold. But we go deeper. We capture detailed connection events for things like TLS, database connection setup, HTTP connection setup time. Who knows, your slowness might be related to long TLS handshakes… We also capture the entire HTTP or DB transcript so you can see exactly what happened. When your service goes down or performs poorly, we capture all that information so you can get things running faster.
We track DNS, Database and HTTP all in one spot so you can get a clear picture of what’s going on. When there’s an outage, you want to know which part of your system isn’t working fast. You don’t need to go to 5 different tools to figure it out, we give you a full system status snapshot.
No one wants to find out about an outage 5 mins after it started. That’s why our special plans offer up to 15-sec check intervals. You’ll be diagnosing the problem less than a minute after the service was first down. That’s precious time you can’t afford to waste.
If someone changes your DNS accidentally, get back to normal faster with our DNS change tracking. Just click over to your monitor and copy the old values and you’re off to the races!
If something happens over the weekend and no one’s there to fix it, the full details are there for you on Monday morning. We keep full transcripts and incident timing logs, so you can look back at any time.
Downtime for us means that your HTTP endpoint either fails on the TCP level or returns a non-success HTTP status code. You don’t have to worry about that “successful” endpoint spewing 500s.
Our service doesn’t require any special code changes, snippets or special libraries. Set up your monitors through the dashboard and you’re ready to go!
When there’s an outage, you need to debug things fast! First thing you do is manually run commands to view things like HTTP response, is the database accepting connections, what ip are we resolving to and performance timing breakdown. We’re one step ahead. When you open up your monitor, we run those tests automatically and refresh the results every 10 seconds.
Deflect customers to your built-in status page during an outage. Keep affected customers in the loop by posting updates with the messaging feature. Show selected uptime details so customers know whether components are running normally. Reduce the noise during outages with a status page.
Getting a vague alert can be a rollercoaster ride. Alert: Something in your system is DOWN. We want you to have the best information possible when you get the alert. That’s why we include failure transcripts, timing events and system status snapshots right in our alerts. You have all the details you need to take action right from the alert.
Get notified of incidents right in your Slack channel. Keep your team in the loop. Get all the details you need right in Slack.
Your own service is important, but if a service you rely on goes down, you’re going to to be in trouble and their status page may not recognize it. That’s why we made it so you can run monitors on external service providers. External service monitors will show when your provider is having issues so you can take action regardless of what their status page says.
Get alerts for downtime or performance issues in any part of your infrastructure. Monitor Postgres, Maria, Mongo or Redis right along side your HTTP checks.
View all your monitors and their statuses on a single page. Smart alerts bubble to the surface, so you don’t have to drill into each monitor to get the important stuff. If you want to debug something, just expand a monitor and your diagnosis toolbox is ready to go!
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To provision, copy the snippet into your CLI or use the install button above.