Knowing that your website is available and accessible to visitors is critical to every business
Uptime monitoring tests the availability of your website, applications and servers
Start monitoring the availability of website, application or server in less than 3 minutes
Receive an alert via SMS, email or webhook the moment an incident occurs
Diagnose the issue within seconds, allowing you to resolve the issue quickly and confidently
Get notified of site availability issues
Knowing when your site is unavailable is critical to any business. That’s why Pingdom will immediately alert you in a way that suits you via email, SMS, push notification to your mobile device and integration with your favorite app! Before alerting you we always perform a second check on every incident from to filter out false positives, so we don’t unnecessarily disturb you.
With customizable alerting, you can choose to get alerted immediately for very critical services or delay alerts by any interval up to 1 hour. Alerts can also be resent at an interval up to 4 times after the initial alert.
Pingdom is a crucial part of our monitoring set up. I highly recommended it to any company that requires immediate notification when something isn’t right.
Zee M Kane, CEO at The Next Web
You’ll be in good company
Monitor your site from almost everywhere
If your most important visitors come from a specific part of the world, you’ll want to ensure your site is always available to them. Monitor your site’s availability from specific global regions, such as North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Get to the root of the problem
Knowing of a website incident is only half the battle: you want to find the cause of the problem and resolve it quickly. Pingdom run additional tests and perform a Root Cause Analysis, allowing you to establish what went wrong and minimize the time spent on issue resolution.
For every incident, you can run a traceroute of the issue, identify the output from a web server and examine server response codes.
With Pingdom we have reporting resource that allow us see how things were working, and what kind of performance we were attaining.
Trey Guinn, Solution Engineer at Cloudflare