Be the first to know that your website is down! Reliable monitoring warns you before any significant trouble and saves you money.
Don't lose visitors because of an expired SSL certificate. Get notified 30, 14 and 7 days before expiration.
Keep your online presence secure and avoid any potential damage by monitoring your domain's expiration date.
Also known as heartbeat monitoring. Monitor recurring background jobs or intranet devices connected to the internet.
Is the email service still UP? How about the critical database server? Let's check! Monitor any specific service running on any port.
Leverage one of the most used tools administrators use to check the availability of network devices.
Use keyword monitoring to check presence or absence of specific text in the request's response body (typically HTML or JSON).
Send status updates via email to your Status page subscribers.
Customize colors, add your logo or even link your custom domain.
See your response times in a chart to reveal performance hiccups.
Set up maintenance windows to prevent alarms during planned maintenance.
Need to set an advanced HTTP header? We've got you covered!
We verify incidents from multiple locations to prevent false-positives.
Downtime happens even to the best of us. But it’s important to know it before customers are affected!
You can invite all your team members to access your monitors, keep them notified and manage incidents. Choose from three levels of user access: read, write and notify-only.
It's the most simple and easy monitoring app I know and it's made my daily life much easier.
I use UptimeRobot to get push notifications whenever my website goes DOWN. It's really easy and quick to set up and requires no extra changes to your website.
We strive for minimal downtime, but if something goes wrong UptimeRobot makes sure that we know about it quickly. We switched to using UptimeRobot years ago as they offered the same services we were getting from a different provider but at a fraction of the cost.
I've been using UptimeRobot for years as a cost-effective way to quickly alert me when my sites were down - and when they were back up.