Public status pages
Communicate the status of your websites and services to your users using customized status pages. In case of a failure, publish there messages informing users about the actions you are taking and the expected time to solve the problem.
How it worksAt the URL you set, we will display a publicly accessible website with a list of the checks you select. For each of them, we can display the current status and charts – the uptime and average response times over the last period (week, month, quarter, year).
On the page with the list of checks - and in the details of any check selected - your messages about the current work related to the availability of your services will be displayed.
See an example of the status page >>
ConfigurationYou can create as many status pages as you like and assign different monitored websites to each of them. Each status page can have a name, title, introduction, logo and color scheme. You can even add your own CSS styles to further customize the page's appearance.
Status pages can be displayed in different languages: English, Spanish, German and Polish.
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