Get Email/ SMS/ Voice/ Instant Messenger/ RSS/ Status Pages/ Browser and App Push Notification alerts whenever your website or server goes down.
Site24x7 alerts you the instant your website becomes unavailable or if response time crosses pre-defined threshold levels. You can also configure Site24x7 to check for content change or report as 'in trouble' when response time goes above acceptable level. This allows you to be in control of your website performance and ensure a good experience for your end-users.
Site24x7 supports the following types of alerting mechanism whenever your website goes down:
- Email Alerts
- SMS Alerts
- Voice Alerts
- Push Notification for Android and iPhone Apps
- Native Push Notification support for Site24x7 status alerts on Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Opera.
- Instant Messenger Alerts for Gmail, and Yahoo
- RSS Feeds
Site24x7 alerts via email the instant your website goes 'down' or when it comes back 'up'. A typical email notification includes the name of the website, monitoring interval, downtime details, reason for downtime, response time chart, uptime/downtime chart and the appropriate error message.
You can also create and associate custom alert templates. You can include specific information regarding the website being monitored. You can also enable repeated notification about website downtimes and escalate the issue when it stays down after the specific time period.
Site24x7 supports SMS alerts to worldwide mobile networks. You can opt for SMS alerts at the time of configuring monitors. You can also configure Sit24x7 to send SMS alerts during a specific time period alone.
Voice alerts are voice synthesized phone calls that will notify you about any downtimes. Voice alerts can also be configured to receive notifications about 'Trouble' and 'Up' scenarios as well. Like SMS alerts, Voice alerts can also be configured to receive notifications during a particular time period alone.
Instant Messenger Alerts
Instant Messenger alerts let you receive Site24x7 alerts to your favorite Instant Messaging Service. Currently we support GTalk, Yahoo and MSN.
Copy the 'RSS' link inside 'Admin > Share > Status Pages' tab to set up notification through RSS feeds. You can use any standard feed reader such as Google Reader, Mozilla Thunderbird, Firefox etc. to view these feeds.
Site24x7 allows you to add multiple contacts and specify each contact into a group. They can then get notifications whenever the website goes down.