Server Monitoring
Server Monitoring is the ultimate solution to monitor your website or your server. In the event of a server failure, we will inform you as soon as possible. Not only by email, SMS and messenger, but also by phone.

Test types

With our server monitoring, we check at regular intervals whether your server is still online. We rely on website accessibility as well as various other indications of failure.

Alerting options

We check availability at regular intervals. We also save this data for you. You have the option of evaluating information about availability retrospectively.

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Monitor the availability, performance and ensure the correctness of your website. With Livewatch you can monitor servers, websites and entire infrastructures with little effort and be the first to know if something is not working as expected.


Easy setup

To configure the tests, we offer you a wizard that helps you set them up. Set up new checks with just a few clicks. It only takes a few minutes to set up - you will then be notified immediately if the check fails.

What exactly do we do

Server Monitoring, Website monitoring, uptime monitoring. There are many terms related to website/server-monitoring. You are in the right place on the following topics.

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Server Monitoring
Continuous monitoring of your website. We check your website or server for availability and possible problems. We also carry out this check every minute.
Detailed logging of the availability of your website. All tests are logged and displayed in great detail on your dashboard. This gives you a perfect overview of your server uptime.
In the event of problems, server monitoring will alert you immediately. You will receive the notification through various channels. Via SMS, phone call, email, Telegram, Mattermost and many more ...
Server monitoring and website monitoring
We offer server monitoring on various levels. You can have your infrastructure audited based on various criteria, both large and small. You can flexibly add other types of tests (ping, socket, content ...), determine the frequency of the tests yourself and scale your server monitoring based on your needs and your budget. With our server monitoring dashboard, you can manage your checks with ease.

A couple of statistics

Let us monitor your infrastructure. Regardless of whether it's a data center, host, or just your website availability. We will inform you as soon as something no longer works as expected.

We ensure thousands of tests every day with our server monitoring

Many thousands of customers use our server monitoring - reliably for years

We pass on years of experience in the field of server monitoring to you

  • Quick and easy setup
  • continuous monitoring
  • Fast alerting
  • Different channels (SMS, telephone, telegram, Mattermost and many more)
  • Visual evaluations
  • Inexpensive, highly scalable
  • Easy integration of our server monitoring
  • Inexpensive pay-per-use

Our highlights

Are you looking for reliable server monitoring? Take a look at our features and let us convince you.

Low cost
Low cost, many advantages

With Livewatch you can monitor your infrastructure at the lowest cost.

5 minute setup
Easy setup
Easy setup

You don't have to be an IT administrator to set up the exams. We help you to set up your server monitoring in just a few steps.

Complete cost control

Full cost control. With Livewatch you always know which costs have arisen for server monitoring and which are incurred with your current configuration.

Lots of notification options

No matter how you want to be warned, Livewatch gives you a wide range of channels. Including SMS, calls, email, Telegram, Mattermost, Jira and more ...

Status? From everywhere!

You can access your backend from anywhere. No matter whether you are sitting at your PC or want to monitor your infrastructure with your mobile phone while on the move.

SMS, call and more
Fast alerting

You are here because you want to be informed quickly about a possible malfunction or failure of your systems. Livewatch gives you just that. You can get information in a number of ways.

Knowledge Base

Here we answer questions about server monitoring from Livewatch. If you have a question that we have not yet answered here, please contact us.

How can I check my website?

Server monitoring services can use various types of notifications to notify administrators of problems or critical events. The choice of notification types often depends on the user's preferences and the requirements of the monitoring scenario. Here are some common types of notifications in server monitoring:

  1. Email Notifications: Most server monitoring services offer the ability to send notifications via email. These emails often contain detailed information about the problem encountered so that the administrator can take immediate action.

  2. SMS Alerts: Some services also support SMS alerts to alert administrators directly on their mobile devices. This is particularly useful when quick reactions are required.

  3. Push Notifications: Monitoring service mobile apps can also send push notifications to notify administrators in real time. This can be an effective way to respond to server problems immediately.

  4. Integration with chat services: Integrating server monitoring with chat services such as Slack or Microsoft Teams allows notifications to be received directly in chat channels, improving communication and collaboration.

  5. Phone Calls: Some advanced server monitoring services offer the ability to generate automated phone calls in case of critical issues. This is particularly useful to ensure that important issues are not missed.

  6. Webhooks: Webhooks allow integration with custom systems or services to handle notifications in various ways depending on the user's needs.

It is important to review the configuration options of the server monitoring service you choose to ensure that the desired notification types are supported and that the notifications are set to respond effectively to critical events.

How can I ensure that my website is accessible?

The availability of a website can be checked and ensured in various ways. Here are some best practices:

Manual verification:

Visit your website regularly across different browsers and devices to ensure it loads properly.

Use online monitoring services or tools that automatically check the accessibility of your website. These services regularly send requests to your website and notify you if the website is down.

Use tools to monitor your website load time and performance. This can ensure that your website is not only accessible, but also loads quickly and user-friendly.

Implement logging mechanisms on your website to record errors and exceptions. Monitor these logs regularly to identify and resolve potential problems.

Use web server logs to obtain information about requests and server responses. Content Delivery Network (CDN):

Use a content delivery network to improve the availability of your website. CDNs distribute content to servers worldwide, which can result in faster loading times and better availability.

Make regular backups of your website so you can quickly recover in the event of an outage. Check that the backup restore is tested regularly to ensure it is effective in the event of an emergency.

Domain and hosting monitoring:

Monitor the status of your domain and hosting provider. Some services offer DNS availability and server status monitoring capabilities.

SSL certificate verification:

If your website uses HTTPS, monitor the status of the SSL certificate to ensure it is valid and has not expired. By combining these methods, you can ensure that your website is not only accessible, but also performant and secure. It is important to perform regular monitoring and maintenance to identify and correct potential problems early.

Who is it worth to have their website monitored?

Server monitoring is useful in many situations and can help ensure server performance, availability and security. Here are some situations in which it is worth doing server monitoring:

  1. High Traffic and Load:

    • If your server is experiencing high traffic or load, it is important to monitor performance. Server monitoring helps to identify bottlenecks and overloads at an early stage so that you can react in a timely manner.
  2. Availability and Resilience:

    • Server failures can have a significant impact on business operations. Through continuous monitoring you can ensure that your servers are always available. In the event of failures, alarms can provide early warning.
  3. Resource Usage:

    • Monitoring tools allow observation of resource usage, including CPU usage, memory usage and network usage. This is important to ensure there are enough resources and to avoid bottlenecks.
  4. Security:

    • Server monitoring can also help detect security issues. Irregular activity or suspicious patterns may indicate security breaches. Detecting such problems early is crucial for the security of your data and systems.
  5. Performance Optimization:

    • By analyzing performance data, you can identify bottlenecks and inefficient processes. This allows optimizations to be made to improve overall performance.
  6. Scalability:

    • If you plan to scale your server infrastructure, monitoring is important to monitor the success of the scaling and ensure that additional resources are being used effectively.
  7. Cost Optimization:

    • Server monitoring can also help avoid unnecessary costs. By identifying resources that are not being used efficiently, you can better allocate resources and optimize costs.
  8. Compliance Requirements:

    • In some industries there are specific compliance requirements that must be met. Server monitoring can help ensure your systems are compliant with applicable regulations.

Overall, server monitoring is worth considering if a reliable, secure, and high-performance server environment is critical to your business goals. It enables proactive monitoring and management of your infrastructure to quickly identify and address potential problems.

Worldwide server monitoring

Our server monitoring instances are located worldwide. So you get a complete picture of your system health and are also informed about disturbances in distant locations.

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Which server monitoring are you looking for?
  • Server Monitoring
  • Uptime Monitor
  • Performance Monitoring
  • Website Monitoring
  • Website-Check
  • Ping Check
  • Server availability
  • Uptime Performance
  • Content Monitoring
  • Monitor server
  • Monitor website
  • DNS-Test
  • Ping-Test
  • Website Speed Test
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