Your website or server will be checked every 60 seconds, 24/7. That makes 1440 tests per day, 43,200 tests per month and 525,600 test per year.
Our system uses three additional monitoring stations located on different continents to confirm every downtime and avoid any false alarm.
Why four stations? Check the FAQ.
Besides http, 9 other protocols/services can be monitored: https, pop3, smtp, imap, ping, telnet, ssh, dns, connect and sip.
Check the examples of applications.
Your website can be unavailable for different reasons - connection timeout, missing index file, internal server error, etc.
Read about types of website failures.
Track your web server response times and get notified of timeouts.
The monitoring process can confirm whether a website is working properly by searching the page for a specified text string.
Have your online forms automatically filled in and submitted. Verify the server response.
Our system can even log in with a given username and password.
Detect any unauthorized changes to your important files. Be alerted if your file's checksum is inconsistent with the reference checksum.
Get notified the moment your website is down or back up - by email or mobile text message (SMS).
Use dedicated RSS feed to watch all notifications.
All detected unavailability events are recorded and displayed in the user panel in the form of tables, charts and uptime index.
The data can be filtered and exported to XLS format.
You can have unavailability charts (number of events and their duration) displayed in your Google Analytics panel.
Read more about the integration.
These CMS extensions integrate our user panel into WordPress or Joomla! interface.
Read more about the WordPress and Joomla! plugins.
Super Monitoring API makes historical monitoring data available for automated retrieval and processing in external applications.