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Instant downtime alerts

Your website is the world’s gateway to your product and many a times the product is also a web service. We understand how critical a downtime is.

Thats why, Freshping monitors your URL from 10 locations around the globe ensuring that if your website ever goes down again, you get alerted within 60 seconds.

Instant downtime alerts

Multi-Channel notification

Slack, Twilio, Email or old-school SMS? Whatever your type is, we’ve got you covered. Receive downtime alerts on the go, wherever you are with Freshping’s multi-channel integrations.

Also, You can choose to send customised notifications to anywhere with Freshping webhooks.

Multi-Channel notification

Free public status pages

Customers value transparency. With status pages, allow customers to view realtime status of your website/webservices. They could also opt into real-time incident and recovery notifications via Email.

Status pages also plays a major role in establishing reliability with future prospective customers. Flaunt your 99.8% availability to your leads.

Free Public status pages

Multi-user login

When the website is on fire, ensure business is back soon as usual with your colleagues. With Multi-user login, 30 users can receive instant downtime alerts & weekly reports.

Multi-user login

More features

Multiple types of monitors

Monitor HTTP(S) URLs, ICMP Ping, TCP, UDP ports, web socket or DNS. Whatever you’re building we’ve got you covered.

Understand the downtime

With detailed incident history understand your website downtimes

Multiple test locations

Monitor your website’s availability & response time from over 10 locations across the globe

False alert protection

Ensure from multiple locations the ultimate question ‘is website down’ with false alert protection

User access control

Make sure you alert the right set of people, on time as soon as your website goes down. Add contacts to just get alerts without login access

Custom note with alerts

Freshping lets you add customer trouble shooting instructions for each check, to be followed, when the website is down

Weekly report

Understand how the week went for your web services with a detailed weekly report that is sent to all users