Looking for a better Statuspage alternative? Compare Atlassian Statuspage vs. Site24x7 StatusIQ

Streamline your incident communication by leveraging StatusIQ, a better alternative to Atlassian Statuspage. With its easy-to-use interface and cost-effectiveness, StatusIQ's status page is the ideal choice for effectively communicating incidents.

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Why is Site24x7 StatusIQ a better alternative to Atlassian Statuspage?


Compared to Atlassian Statuspage, StatusIQ is more affordable, especially for small- and medium-sized businesses. It is the best alternative because of its distinct pricing options, which can accommodate multiple requirements and budgets.


With StatusIQ's Green plan, you can leverage multiple customization options, such as SMS notifications, custom domain mapping with free SSL certification, and custom sender email addresses, to tailor your status page according to your brand and website. In contrast, Atlassian Statuspage's basic plan starts at $29 with only basic customization.

Private notes and postmortem

One of the most important stages in incident communication is the postmortem, which involves in-depth analysis and review of what happened. It encourages transparency by giving a straightforward account of what occurred, why it occurred, and the efforts taken to avert a repeat of the incident. This helps in developing trust, learning from errors, and continuous business growth.

Site24x7 StatusIQ vs Atlassian Statuspage

Features Site24x7 Atlassian Statuspage
Incident communication
Incident templates
Incident history
Status automation
via email and REST API

via email and REST API
Status history
Global location status
Color customization
Custom domain with SSL certificate
Logo and favicon
Cookie consent banner
Custom CSS, HTML, and JavaScript
Status page sharing
Status embed widget
Custom domain URL
Subdomain URL
iFrame snippet
Private status pages
Status page for internal team communication
Incident management tools
Opsgenie, PagerDuty, VictorOps, and xMatters
Jira Service Management, Zendesk, and Intercom
Password protection
IP restriction
Search engine indexing
with the option to turn it off

with the option to turn it off
Two-factor authentication
Audience-specific pages
Subscriber notifications
iCalendar feed
General Settings
Time zone and language
Unavailable for public status pages.
Import subscribers
Email delivery status
Support Options
Phone, email and chat
Starts at $9/month $29/month
Free trial 30 days 30 days
One status page with 1,000 subscribers and 10 team members $36/month $99/month
Free status pages
10 components, 100 subscribers, branding (logo and favicon), automatic status updates from Site24x7, and unlimited email notifications. More details here.

100 subscribers, two team members, two metrics, email notifications, Slack notifications, and REST API.
This comparison was updated on June, 2023. We try to keep the comparison pages updated to the best of our ability. However, we also recommend browsing competitors' release pages for the latest updates. All trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Hear it from our customers


We switched to Site24 from UptimeRobot because they could not provide an API to subscribe emails automatically to alerts. The StatusIQ dashboard is also well-designed, and we embed it in our web portal to provide transparency to our customers. The product is also well-priced, and I could configure it easily. Your payment system is also world-class; this is not an understatement.

Schalk van Veerden Head of Software Development
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