Uptime Monitoring

Quick Facts

  • Longer storage possible with subscription.
  • Weekly summary by email.
  • Retention period configurable
  • Try it for free for 7 days
  • Access to the data via API
Reliable
Uptime Monitoring
You should be the first to know when something is wrong. React faster than your customers.
History
Logging & Alerting
Historical statistics and evaluations help you to optimize your uptime.

How can I monitor my website?

The uptime availability of a website is the be-all and end-all. Your website can only be reached if everything works smoothly. It is all the more important that you know as soon as possible in the event of a problem so that you can react.

Load Balancing
Choose an HTTP check
Define the destination address that your customers will also call. Define the parameters that apply when your website has been successfully deployed.
Configure alarm contacts
Configure the alarm contacts that should be informed if something does not work as expected.
Respond to alarms
As soon as a problem is detected, all saved contacts receive an alarm and can quickly contribute to solving the problem.

Server uptime is important

We carry out the tests at short intervals. In order to evaluate these results, we offer you a historical analysis of this data. You can also use this to analyze the availability of your exams.

Analytics
Accessibility and performance logging
Accessibility and performance logging

We determine the performance in our tests. This data is also recorded for you.

Checks
Different types of exams

Create different exams. HTTP checks with content checks, ping checks, socket checks ... everything is possible.

Various Alarm Types
Alerting
Infinite alerts

Set up various alarm contacts. From SMS, phone calls, emails to Mattermost, Jira, Telegram and many more.

Livewatch offers powerful functions

Our uptime monitoring offers a lot of functions to check availability and to alert you as soon as possible. Here is a brief overview.

General facts

The core functions of Livewatch

  • Pay per Use.
  • Rest-API
  • Comfortable control panel
  • Including SMS / calls possible
  • Instant access
  • Support Premium 24/7/365

Notification types

We offer a range of contact options.

  • Discord
  • Email
  • Http
  • Jira
  • Mattermost
  • Mobile
  • Pagerduty
  • Phone
  • Prowl
  • Pushover
  • Slack
  • Teams
  • Telegram
  • Twitter

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 often do we check the uptime?

When you set up your uptime monitoring with us, you determine how often we should check availability. You can flexibly define the number of uptime checks. If you want to be on the safe side, let us carry out the tests every minute. However, if certain checks are only to be carried out once a day, for example, you can also specify this. It is completely up to you how you want us to guarantee your uptime monitoring.

How often do we check the uptime?

When you set up your uptime monitoring with us, you determine how often we should check availability. You can flexibly define the number of uptime checks. If you want to be on the safe side, let us carry out the tests every minute. However, if certain checks are only to be carried out once a day, for example, you can also specify this. It is completely up to you how you want us to guarantee your uptime monitoring.

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.

Load Balancing

Server Monitoring

Continuous monitoring of your website

Uptime-Check

Detailed logging of the availability of your website

Check Monitoring

Create your own exams and monitor your infrastructure with ease

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