New features, fixes and improvements to the Monitive uptime monitoring service.
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Status pages is a new Monitive feature that will be available to all Monitive Pro users soon. You will be able to create unlimited status pages for any combination of your monitors. We’re still testing it and tweaking it, and making it ready for everyone. Besides the status page,
We bring two new audit-oriented features today that have been requested and are now fresh out of the oven, ready to use. Read-only user roleYou can now invite read-only users to your team, or you can change the current users to be read-only. A read-only user cannot start, stop, delete,
A series of small releases aimed at fixing everything that we could find worth fixing or improving.
As I mentioned last year, we’ll be providing unlimited SMS alerts to all customers at no extra cost, even though we pay for them, up to the end of January 2021.
FIXED: Some websites that went down by timing out did not trigger an outage.
You can now generate custom PDF reports that you can download, archive or send to your auditor and customers.
A useful UX improvement is the ability to enable or disable monitors directly from the monitors list, on landscape tablets and desktop.
The Help screen has been redone, in a more useful and organized manner.
We had a loophole in the PagerDuty integration, where if you added more services in PagerDuty after connecting it to Monitive, you couldn’t bring in the new PagerDuty services without loosing the configuration.
You can no create customized uptime reports, for any set of monitors and any particular time frame.
Each week we’re sending an uptime report to the team owner with the previous week statistics including uptime, downtime and response time.
Whenever there’s a team involved, things can easily go south.
Sometimes, downtime is intentional, even for Internet services.
Major update adding four new features to the new Monitive.
When you have the Custom Interval monitoring feature enabled, you can set your monitors to be monitored every 1, 5, 30 minutes or even 6 or 24 hours.
Since the news and updates page (formerly Changelog) is now up-to-date with everything that happens around the new Monitive, we’re also displaying the latest news in the Monitive web-app.
PING Monitoring is now available for all Monitive Pro users.
New HTTP monitoring features released today, wrapping up pretty much all the HTTP requirements for a powerful, flexible yet simple monitoring solution for HTTP and HTTPS monitoring.
Isn’t it frustrating to add a monitor just to see that your settings weren’t right and it will immediately be reported as down?