At the moment a revoked certificate will show an error on browsers, but will show as "up" by updown.io
I was affected by the following, and didn't receive any notification when the site was inaccessible
Yes this is definitely on the roadmap and Trustico just bumped the priority ;)
Updown.io is one of the best services I have EVER interacted with! Thank you!5 votes
Will do ☺
Maybe I overlooked it, but is there a log of the incidents available? Simply a text list of the times when a website went down, and when it was up again.44 votes
Indeed this is not currently possible, there’s just the 6 months view with downtime duration per day and 24h timeline with detailed downtimes. But this is planned, I’m currently working on adding detailed failing requests to downtimes email and will later add a downtime history on the status page.
I’d like to switch to monitoring my API endpoint with updown.io, but the primary endpoint uses POST. Being able to provide custom headers is certainly nice, but being able to customize the request further (i.e. method and submitted content) would be much nicer. Site24x7 which I’m using now lets you provide form data and even check returned value for specific JSON fields.52 votes
It would be great to have integration with OpsGenie. This would enable escalation of alerts and use their service to send the alert to the on-call colleague.30 votes
Status pages are really good, but it's sometimes simpler to have a widget to integrate into another site.
(badges are also very cool ;))21 votes
A status page with several checks, showing daily/weekly/monthly stats for all of them.100 votes
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