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'Down Time Alert' is our own website monitoring service that watches your website 24/7/365 and notifies you whenever your website goes down.
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Trigger whenever your website is down.
Triggers when a new deploy of your site has failed.
Triggers when a new deploy of your site has started building.
Triggers when a new version of your site has successfully deployed.
Triggers when a form receives a new submission.
Performs a new deploy of an existing site.
Downtime Alert is a SaaS spution that helps website owners understand and improve the uptime of their websites. Downtime Alert alerts website owners with an email notification when their websites are down or experiencing high latency issues. When paired with Site Check, Downtime Alert can also provide analytics about your website’s uptime.
Netlify is a web application that provides continuous integration and delivery services. The main features of Netlify include:
Hosting static websites
Providing continuous deployment for sites built with a variety of static site generators, including Hugo, Jekyll, Gatsby, and more.
Providing a CDN out of the box
Pushing content to social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook
Integration with Downtime Alert via Webhooks
When Downtime Alert detects that your website is down or experiencing high latency issues, it will send a HTTP request to Netlify’s Webhook endpoint. Upon receiving this request, Netlify will trigger a deploy to your website. This process is shown in the diagram below:
The benefits of using Downtime Alert and Netlify are described below:
High-availability of your website
If a website is hosted on a single server, it is susceptible to being taken offline due to any issues with that server. By deploying to multiple servers, your website is resistant to those types of issue. Further, if one server goes down, the others will ensure that your website stays online. This is shown in the chart below:
If you use Downtime Alert on your website, it will help you ensure that your website is up and running at all times. If there are any issues with your website, Downtime Alert will notify you via email. In addition to sending notifications via email, you can use Downtime Alert for monitoring your website’s uptime in real time. For example, imagine if you were using a third-party payment processor — such as Stripe — on your website. If the Stripe service was experiencing any issues (and hence your website), Downtime Alert would be able to alert you of this via email and in real-time through its dashboard as well as via its Slack bot integration. In addition to the benefits described above, using Downtime Alert will allow you to create alerts for your customers. You can set different alerts for different situations — for example, you may want an alert sent to you every time someone creates an order on your site so that you know when to ship out your product. Additionally, Downtime Alert’s analytics can help you understand the performance of your website over time. For example, you can monitor when your website was down last month and learn which days had higher latency than others.
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