Best Practices For Managing Downtime
Discover powerful strategies for managing downtime and effective communication to significantly reduce the cost of incidents.Download Whitepaper
Our whitepaper outlines high-impact decisions and processes that will equip your business to thrive during IT outages.
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Manage Downtime Like The Pros
Application Status Page
The Application Status Page is pivotal in managing downtime communication. It serves as a centralized hub for both real-time and historical data on application performance. The status page reduces the burden on support teams during outages, and delivers transparency that builds trust with end-users. Save your users from the chaos and uncertainty of downtime with a unified platform showing the real-time status of your applications.
Automate As Much As Possible
Embracing automation in your incident management process significantly reduces the burden on your IT team, enhancing the efficiency and speed of your response. By integrating alerts from IT operations into automated communication workflows, businesses can ensure consistent and timely messaging across multiple channels. This automation enables a proactive approach to managing downtime rapidly and effectively.
Dealing With Scheduled Maintenance
Effective communication of scheduled maintenance is as crucial as handling unexpected outages. It involves not only timely notifications to users but also adherence to SLA requirements and risk assessments. By providing advance notices, regular reminders, and clear expectations about potential downtime, businesses can manage user experience proactively, minimizing disruptions and maintaining service credibility.
Private Status Page
Empower your employees or SaaS customers with a private, internal status page to communicate incidents in real-time. Status pages keep your employees in the loop when systems go down. Providing updates across various notification channels about disruptions allow employees to re-organize their work and stay productive while IT works toward incident resolution.Private Status Page
Our productivity-centric Incident Management software helps your IT team effectively organize incident workflows, automate tasks, collaborate, and escalate issues in the most efficient way possible in order to restore services as fast as possible.Subscribers
StatusCast Beacons are codeless integrations that intelligently automate your incident response process. Beacons handle seamless integration with third-party services, subscriber notifications, automated incident creation and smart escalation policies. Beacons are created with codeless logic via our Visual Rule Builder, which enable advanced automation that triggers based on pre-defined rulesets. Designed to alleviate the burden on IT during outages, Beacons ensure rapid, accurate responses to IT incidents, transforming complex, time-consuming tasks into streamlined, efficient workflows.Codeless Integrations
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Best Practices For Managing Application Downtime
A white paper that examines how IT departments can best handle application downtime. This paper focuses on building processes and checklists for communicating with end users, customers, and partners where systems become unavailable.