Presenting yet-another uptime monitoring tool -- uptime.gd
Building a multi-location monitoring tool is something that's been at the back of my mind for a while now, while there are so so many of them already in the market with various cool features, I still thought why not build yet-another monitoring tool, so well, here goes,
Signup is free, the service is free too.
We're currently monitoring from 3 locations,
- Paris, New Jersey and Singapore.
Plan on adding more to the mix with 1 more location from Asia, 2 more in the US (West and Central) and 1 in South America or Africa.
- The monitoring itself works, multi-location checks for each monitor and downtime detection too works.
The UI is a bit WIP, but works where required too.
There is NO DOWNTIME ALERTING setup/available for now, except within the website itself, "why?" Because I want the service to be solid and not start sending out false alerts on the slightest of increase in monitors/probes, because there's nothing worse than Alert Fatigue. Once I'm sure the service doesn't falter on the alerting/detection logic, I'll enable various Alert Transports like Slack, Telegram, Discord, Webhooks etc for the alerts to get to wherever you like
This is "mixed" personal project, that's completely built and supported by me but that's owned by my work and most likely should remain free under fair-usage (don't add 1000s of monitors please
There is no SLA/guarantee -- uptime.gd might/will(?) break, I've pretty much written this over the course of 3-4 days across the past week. Tested it where I can, things do work, but still, might completely break.
Any constructive feedback is welcome
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