Start out with a simplistic, responsive, mobile-friendly theme.
Then match your brand with our design tools. Re-position page sections, upload graphics, change the color scheme and more.
Provide an accurate overview of your distributed systems.
Link containers to specific locations and display a location map.
Control the status of each component and location separately.
Incidents are the best way to track an issue such as a service disruption. Updates trigger notifications and the appropriate components automatically reflect the current status.
Schedule maintenance activity in advance. Reminder notifications are sent to subscribers prior to the maintenance start time.
Past events are viewable on the status history page.
Metrics power the charts on your status page.
Pipe in your data via our Custom Metric API or connect external data sources such as Librato, New Relic and Pingdom.
Show off your stats based on current and past status activity.
Display the days since your last incident, total active incidents and more.
Connect your monitoring tools such as Nagios, New Relic, OpsGenie, PagerDuty, Pingdom, Site24x7, StatusCake, UptimeRobot and more using built in integrations.
Additionally connect tools with email hooks such as Datadog, LogicMonitor, Dynatrace, Zabbix and many more.
Or build fully custom integrations using the Developer API.
Display the status of geographic locations.
Link your containers to any location on Earth.
Automated maintenances will start and end without any intervention.
Set the reminders and notification messages in advance.
Keep everyone in the loop during incidents or planned maintenance.
Deliver updates via Email, SMS, Webhook, RSS, iCalendar, IRC, Microsoft Teams, Slack and Twitter.
Subscribers can choose which components to receive notifications for.
The subscription can be modified any time.
Create reusable templates to streamline incident and maintenance updates.
Templates are shared across the entire team.
Historic incident and maintenance events are viewable on the history page.
Recent events can be displayed on the main status page.
Robots want to know your current status too. Provide your API consumers with a simple GET method that always returns the current status.
Invite your teammates to take part in the fun. Multiple troubleshooters can post status updates and manage the status page.