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Glossary Observability

SLA vs. SLO vs. SLI: What’s the Difference?

When it comes to managing services effectively, terms like SLA, SLO, and SLI are often thrown around like confetti at a parade. They’re in meetings, in documents, and even in casual office conversations. But if you’re new to the field or simply haven’t had the chance to dig into these acronyms, they can feel like […]

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Network monitoring Ping monitoring

7 Best Ping Monitoring Tools for 2024

How did you like our list of the top 10 must-read DevOps blogs? This time, we welcome you to our definitive guide on the top ping monitoring tools you should consider for 2024! Guide content:  What is ping monitoring? What are the benefits of ping monitoring? What to look for in a ping monitoring tool? […]

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Best practices Keyword monitoring

15 Ways to Use UptimeRobot to Track Changes & Improve Your Web Prowess

In this blog you will learn: What is “Keyword monitoring” and why it isn’t related to SEO How can you benefit from using it for your website and personal use How to use UptimeRobot’s FREE Keyword monitoring tool Keyword monitoring, or simply put, the practice of checking if a specific word is still present on […]

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Best practices

Top 10 Must-Read DevOps Blogs

In the rapidly evolving field of DevOps, staying on top of the latest trends, tools, and best practices is not just a recommendation, it’s a necessity! For those leveraging UptimeRobot to monitor their cloud infrastructure and services, you are likely already familiar with the value of real-time insights for effective DevOps practices. Yet, the tools […]

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Network monitoring Port monitoring

Mastering Network Monitoring: Your Guide to Uninterrupted Excellence

What is network monitoring? Network monitoring is the process of systematically watching over a computer network to catch any issues or bottlenecks in real-time, ensuring everything runs as smoothly as possible.  This vigilant system provides immediate insights into the performance of your network. It looks at traffic flow, server status, and application performance, flagging anything […]

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Best practices

Stopping in Style: 9 Unique Designs for Website Maintenance Pages

We’ve already demonstrated how to maintain a fresh and functional website. Now, let’s explore some examples of creative maintenance pages! Nothing brings a good scrolling session to a halt quite like stumbling upon a website maintenance page. While maintenance pages can be annoying interruptions, they can also serve as attractive temporary visuals for sites undergoing […]

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Best practices Website monitoring

What is Website Maintenance: Your Ultimate Guide to Keeping Your Site Functional

What is website maintenance? Website maintenance is not that different from keeping up with the maintenance of real brick-and-mortar stores. Would you shop at a dirty store, filled with broken furniture, and selling outdated products? We didn’t think so. Website maintenance plays the same role: it makes the business inviting, makes you look professional, and […]

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Announcements

SMS & Voice call credit consumption change

Hi folks. We have an important update for those of you who are using SMS or Voice call notifications. You may have noticed that we haven’t touched the pricing or credit packages since introducing SMS and voice call alerts back in 2015. It’s no mystery that SMS messaging and voice calls have different fees by […]

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Glossary Website monitoring

A Deep Dive into the HTTP 999 Status Code

As mentioned in our ultimate guide to HTTP status codes, HTTP 999 is unofficial, but it still plays an important role in the flow of our online journey in unexpected ways — and here’s why. So what is it for? We all know that the digital highway is held together by something called the Hypertext […]

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Glossary Website monitoring

HTTP Status Codes Uncovered: Your Ultimate Guide

Did you like our previous blog about domain hijacking? Let’s see if you know all the HTTP codes now.  Decoding HTTP status codes HTTP status codes, typically a sequence of three numbers, are a reply from the server in response to a request made by a web browser. A common example many might recognize is […]