Website Uptime Monitoring – Accepted HTTP Codes

Our Uptime Monitoring system allows you to select certain HTTP codes that will be accepted as an ‘OK’ response when checking the status of your website. If your website returns any of these selected HTTP codes, our system will consider your uptime monitor as being online (having a healthy status), even if the returned HTTP […]

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Filter Uptime Monitors Based on Current Warning Status

Using this filter feature you can easily see only the Uptime Monitors that require your attention. To get started, head to your Uptime Monitors dashboard from the top side menu in your client area: On this page, locate the ‘Filter’ drop-down menu on the top right side of the panel, and select ‘Based on Warnings’, […]

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Downtime Notes

You can easily write down any reasons that may have caused your downtimes by using our ‘Downtime Notes’ feature. This way, if you’ve got public Uptime Reports or a Public Uptime Status Page, you can let your clients know the reasons behind your latest downtimes. To get started, go to your Uptime Monitors dashboard in […]

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How to enable SSL Verification for your Uptime Monitor

Start by going to your Uptime Monitors dashboard from your client area top side menu: Locate the Uptime Monitor you wish to edit the setting for, and click on the ‘Edit’ button: In the Uptime Monitor’s settings, locate the ‘show advanced settings’ button towards the bottom, and click on it to expand the advanced settings: […]

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Advanced Metrics For Website Uptime Monitors

This feature is included for free in our Uptime Monitor service. The advanced metrics can be found on your Uptime Reports for your Website Uptime Monitors. They are collected every minute from each of the locations that you are monitoring your website from. You can view the overall metrics, pooled together from all of the […]

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Schedule Recurring Maintenance

Scheduling a recurring maintenance for your Uptime Monitors can be done by checking the “Rec.” box on your Schedule Maintenance window: Once that box is checked, you’ll have the option to configure the recurring interval for your scheduled maintenance: Then, be sure to click on the ‘Add New’ button, in order to add the scheduled […]

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How do we perform Uptime Monitoring network changes

As our platform grows, we also have to scale up our global Uptime Monitoring infrastructure along with it. We usually perform one new deployment per year, if there are no unexpected events. In this article, we’ll go through the entire process of adding or removing nodes from our Uptime Monitoring infrastructure and explain how these […]

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