We help monitor your online services and catch issues & anomalies before they reach your end customers and become costly incidents!
Why to use monitoring
To detect outages, unexpected behavior & performance regressions. Minimize risk of losing customers, time, money & brand reputation.
How do we monitor
Our globally distributed monitoring probes check your publicly exposed web pages and web services via TCP or UDP protocols. We run millions of checks every day, 24/7.
Why our monitoring solution
We have 6 years of experience in this field, our solution is mature, easy to use and very reliable. As additional guarantee, we offer service level agreement (SLA) option for our high-end monitoring plan(s).
Measuring response times and uptime, checking for valid HTTP(S) response, ensuring page integrity with SHA-256 hash.
Never forget to renew your web server certificate with our TLS / SSL monitoring.
We will send periodic ping requests to your servers to check if they are alive.
Check connectivity for arbitrary port using TCP or UDP protocols.
Check DNS server entries to see if your addresses are correctly resolved. Monitor Whois details.
Test your email servers with IMAP, POP3 or SMTP protocols.
System redundancy and dependency monitoring is our unique and powerful feature which allows you to:
Please check our blog with expression examples for more information.
Heartbeat monitoring (also known as reverse or cron monitoring) can be used for restricted environments where resource can not be publicly accessed from internet (our monitoring probes can not reach you). Instead you send us periodic HTTP request (you can use Crontab on Linux or Task scheduler on Windows) to our unique URL and AppBeat will notify you when it doesn't see your ping request for too long.
curl --silent --output /dev/null --show-error --fail https://heartbeat.appbeat.io/<YOUR_UNIQUE_ID>
Let your users know when you are experiencing service issues or having scheduled maintenance. You can enable public status page with just one click (no third-party service required).