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Public and Private Website Status Pages

Build awareness, trust, and credibility with external users and internal stakeholders.

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Web Status page Tools

Websites average 3 hours per month

of downtime due to server overloads, DDoS attacks, and more.

Branded Reporting Page

Manage uptime and incidents

Easily communicate web outages with our status pages, or via integrations to status page tools you're already using -- your choice.

Create polished status pages

Build branded, fully customizable website status pages with impeccable data fidelity you'll actually want seen -- and subscribed to.

Custom Status Pages
Subscribe Web Status Page

Publicly share external updates

Control content, appearance, timing, escalation, and alert actions to deliver external web status pages that fit your precise communication use case.

Keep internal updates private

Keep employees, management, and teams aware of internal updates and scheduled maintenance windows with shareable secured status pages.

Create Private Status Page
Uptime.com Shareable custom Status Page

Reduce pressure on IT and support

Lower the temperature and reduce angry support tickets for customer-facing teams by proactively arming them with a single reference page to direct customers to.

Turn incidents into trust

Accountability inspires credibility. Show yours to users and customers with historical SLA data on web downtime, outages, and site performance.

Create Custom Status Pages
Professional Looking Status Page Review Rob

"Great Monitoring Platform!"

"The status pages are also fantastic so that we can put out a professional looking status page on our cloud services along with incident reporting. Combined with SAML logins for staff, and configurable alerts, and integration with our alert platform Opsgenie, this is one solid package for external monitoring."

Communicate website status now

  • Monitor and share status all-in-one
  • Build customer-facing status pages
  • Share public status or keep private