If tech titans like Yahoo, Google, and Twitter can go down, you can just about guarantee that your application will experience downtime as well.
Uptime tools are becoming increasingly popular and are quickly becoming a must have for any business or organization that depends on a website or application (so just about every business with its doors still open).
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Any number of things can cause downtime such as; errors in code, hosting provider issues, some form of human error (most common), equipment failure, natural disasters, and malicious attacks.
The bottom line is; despite preventative measures and the reason for application downtime, its going to happen at some point or another.
Aside from leaving your website or application when its down, they likely take their business or attention directly to your competitor. So what can be done to prevent these costs and reputation damage?
Uptime tools check availability up to one hundred times a day. It doesn’t matter how diligent you and your IT team are, checking your application one hundred times isn’t a reasonable thing to do.
When the application does experience downtime, you, and your users will immediately receive direct messages called incident updates. These incident updates…
While their isn’t much that can be done about the downtime itself, status pages and incident updates allow you to get the word out quickly and easily. Uptime.ly uptime tools have built in functionality that can turn a status page into a mini forum that integrates with Disqus so that end users can communicate directly with your team in an orderly fashion.
The Incident Management and Status Page solution that lets you organize your enterprise IT team and...