Uptime Monitoring

Knowing when your website and servers are unavailable is critical to any business. Xitoring immediately alerts you via your preferred notification channel (Email, SMS, Slack, etc) as soon as something goes wrong. also, we always double-check and run false-positive tests to make sure we are not disturbing you with false reports.

Xitoring offers most common protocols including Ping, HTTP(s), DNS, IMAP, FTP, POP3, IMAP, etc with custom configuration and trigger option like intervals, fault tolerances, different notification channel for each check, and much more!

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Uptime monitoring features

Add Uptime monitoring checks within seconds!

Xitoring’s free plan includes 20 checks at no cost, you can easily create any type of check you desire within seconds. They’re easily configurable, you can assign your desired notification roles to each check. There are too many features included within Uptime monitoring including different notifications, fault tolerance, repeated incidents, etc.

Supported Uptime Checks:

  • Ping
  • HTTP
  • HTTPs
  • API
  • DNS
  • FTP
  • IMAP
  • SMTP
  • POP3
  • Heartbeat (cronjob)
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Discover ports on an endpoint!

These days, each server has lots of service running and apps are getting more complex, the daily routine of Sysadmins and Devops guys are not like old days. Xitoring knows that it's too boring and time consuming for an IT guy to manually create and configure all monitoring checks, that's why the 'Check Discovery' feature is implemented. Enter your hostname or IP, we will let you know which ports are exposed to the world and we can monitor them!

Discovery results

As soon as Xitoring complete the service discovery queue, it shows a list of discoverable apps and services, and you can select which you'd like to create uptime monitor for it. It's not going to take your valuable time!

All Servers in a glance

The most detail you can ever seen in a window. all of your checks, nested under groups, and historical uptime statistics for each of them is shown here!

Group Management

Checks can be nested under groups and sub-groups, you can easily set them as country and city, or datacenter and city!

uptime monitoring overview of checks

Live Statistics

Watch your checks live in a big screen, as soon as a checks hiccups, you will notice.

Checks Status

It's very easy to see which day, which check, had how many and how much interruption.

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Incident details

All incidents for an uptime check is instantly accessible in your Xitoring dashboard after confirmation, You can filter for groups, checks, etc easily. Also, all details regarding an incident is always available, including the root cause, and the reporter probing nodes.

Slack Notification

These days, Slack integration is a -must- for all apps, Xitoring is integrated with Slack and it instantly sends notification of incidents to your channels to get all your teammates noticed!

SMS notification

SMS is a traditional way, yet useful. You can configure special rules to get SMS notification for specific persons, and specific conditions. for example, you can configure to get SMS if a service is down for +15 minutes and apply the rule to a group of check or servers.

Email incidents

Email notifications has been always a favorite option for NOC and DevOps teams wordwide, Xitoring sends notifications for UP and Down's, aside many configurable options like Repeated Incidents, Escalate to supervisors, and much more!

uptime check overall historical status

Uptime History graph

In a glance, you can see the health of your uptime check in four periods. It has never been easier!

Ping Latency graph

For each Ping check, Xitoring shows a historical graph which shows the RTT to your server from a selected probing node. anomalities and high RTTs means that there might be a network issue.

HTTP Response Time

Xitoring provides graph of response time for each HTTP check. Increasing HTTP response time on a server means that the load is going high, and increases the possible risk of users getting bounced off your website and application.