Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Free Website monitoring:

I developed a website monitoring tool. This tool keep monitors others servers or website. As you know, the basic thing, the availability of website is very importance for website owner. They will lose money of their website went down. They(and i) need to keeps monitor my server.

The real problem is that my customers asked me how you detect your service is always available. What is SLA that I can give them? 1/2 hour downtime? How do I detect my service is available or not. They worry about their money(me too). I found similar software in market. Some of them are not free service. Or if free, they don’t give enough quality of detection of website faulty to me. I got fault alarm many time and west my time to look at it.

I decided to build up a monitoring service to monitor my server/website. I call the service as The BasicUptime provides monitoring service for your website. BasicUptime ping your Web sites, servers, network services and ports every 5 minutes. If BasicUtime detects a connection faulty, an alert is sent to you. When your website is active again, you are notified as well. Following failure detection, e-mail, Twitter, SMS and other contacts are notified.

Just sign up a new account Or sign in with Twitter account



- E-mail


-Twitter: Private message


- SMS(via Twitter)

Turning Mobile Twitter Updates Off and On

  • ON: turns ALL your authorized Twitter updates and notifications on.
  • OFF:turns off all updates except direct messages. Send STOP again to turn off direct messages too.
  • STOP, QUIT, End, Cancel, Arret or Unsubscribe: turns ALL phone notifications off
  • ON username: turns on notifications for a specific person on your phone. Example: ON basicuptime
  • OFF username: turns off notifications for a specific person on your phone. Example: OFF basicuptime
  • LEAVE username:this command allows you to stop receiving SMS notifications for a specific user. Example: LEAVE basicuptime
  • More information

This is free service and very good service.

Follow us: @basicuptime