Uptime

New York, NY, USA
2013
Jan 13, 2022   |  By Emily Blitstein
If you have set up your own monitoring services with Amazon CloudWatch, Azure Monitor or another internal tool, we suggest you consider looking beyond the horizon. These services often provide internal web monitoring only. Perhaps they validate HTTP availability from locations outside their networks, but HTTP checks won’t give you a 360º view into the state of your services.
Dec 29, 2021   |  By Maddie Welsh
2021 has been an eye-opening year for both businesses and consumers who use popular websites and applications. We have all seen notable increases in the frequency and severity of outages as dependency on internet infrastructure grows – with no signs of slowing down. With our reliance on automation and connectivity expected to increase in 2022 – let’s review some of the top internet outages and website downtime incidents of 2021.
Dec 21, 2021   |  By Emily Blitstein
Downtime is one diagnosis you don’t want to waste time with second opinions. You want accurate alerting the first time around, followed by drill-down tools to uncover and help you treat root cause as fast as possible. As with any form of health (even domain health), preventive care should always be your first defence. With Uptime.com “preventive care” means 360º monitoring that doesn’t skimp on analysis.
Dec 15, 2021   |  By Richard Bashara
Revenue and consumer confidence are at stake this holiday season for brands worldwide. Shoppers are on the prowl for deals, and their predator instincts hunt for bargains in milliseconds. Google cites convenience, price, and availability as the top three reasons why consumers choose to shop online. Today’s online shopping has built an expectation for ease of use, and consumers have evolved into apex shoppers.
Dec 7, 2021   |  By Emily Blitstein
Specific needs are compelling but also hard to plan for. Your use case may be the reason you are searching for a monitoring provider, but the ability of your provider to adapt to your edge cases will be the reason you stay. The challenge is in discerning if a provider will be able to rise to meet your needs in unknown circumstances. In monitoring, there are some uniform needs. Everyone wants to know if their site is UP so HTTP(S) checks meet use cases universally.
Nov 11, 2021   |  By Emily Blitstein
It takes 50 milliseconds for visitors to decide whether to bounce from your website, that’s.05 seconds, or about half the time it takes you to blink. In website monitoring we talk a lot about uptime, and while making sure your site returns 200 OK is important, if your load time isn’t instant you’ll lose traffic regardless.
Oct 26, 2021   |  By Emily Blitstein
We’re nearing Halloween and mischief night has stolen tricks from the holiday season. With online sales alone expected to creep up toward $3 billion before the next crescent moon, we’re offering you a solution to keep the angry mobs with pitchforks at bay by giving them a crystal ball into your real-time incident response with Uptime.com Status Pages.
Oct 22, 2021   |  By Richard Bashara
Big sales make up a huge chunk of eCommerce annual business, with shoppers having spent $10 billion plus during Black Friday 2020 alone. The right holiday can mean a big deal for your operations. However, with those windfalls come the breaks aimed squarely at crippling your devops pipeline. In many ways, waves of traffic are what you’ve been building for, but sudden bursts are difficult to test for and anticipate. The situation changes with the tides.
Oct 15, 2021   |  By Richard Bashara
The events of 2020 accelerated ecommerce sales. According to Adobe Analytics (analyzing website transactions from 80 of the top 100 U.S. online retailers), shoppers shelled out $10.8 billion online during Cyber Monday 2020 — a single day of shopping — for a 15.1% year-over-year increase. 2020 was just the precursor to 2021, which may actually warrant use of the word “epic”, making online shopping more appealing than ever before.
Oct 5, 2021   |  By Emily Blitstein
False positives are sometimes real alerts in disguise. And they can contribute to some major downtime if you don’t resolve them quickly. They can also put quite a strain on your resources trying to figure out why they’re happening, and if you work with third-party providers, errors may be even harder to locate.

Uptime is an industry leader in website performance monitoring. Uptime checks your website at one-minute intervals across 6 continents. There is unlimited capability to monitor HTTP(S), Ping, SSH, TCP, UDP, DNS, SMTP, POP, and IMAP. If downtime is detected by our probe servers, you will be notified via email, SMS, or third-party push notifications. Uptime.com was created for website owners ranging from Fortune 500 companies to startups in all industries. Our platform's user-friendly functionality was built to serve both large and small teams.

Powerful features, highly reliable monitoring:

  • Easy to Use: Uptime.com simplifies tracking website uptime and performance with highly reliable monitoring, intuitive reporting and easy to use functionality. If you are looking for reliability and minimal false positives.
  • Detailed Reports: Uptime and response time reports. Get daily, weekly, or monthly email reports.
  • Global Uptime: Website monitoring for your website from over 30 locations around the world.
  • Powerful Integrations: Cachet, DataDog, GeckoBoard, HipChat, Klipfolio, Librato, OpsGenie, Pager Duty, Pushbullet, Pushover, Signifai, Slack, Status.io, Statuspage, Twitter, Jira Service Desk, Wavefront and VictorOps.
  • Unlimited Tests: Unlimited capability to monitor HTTP(s), Transaction, Real User Monitoring, API, Ping, SSH, TCP, DNS, Email and more.
  • On-Demand Alerts: Receive alerts via email, SMS, Twitter, web-hooks, or push notifications.

Enterprise grade capabilities delivered at a reasonable price.