We hope this post finds you well and thriving. It's that time again when we share the latest advancements and features based on what you, our valued customers, have suggested.
Here's what's new:
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Big news — custom domain hosting for internal status pages is now a reality! This highly anticipated feature is rolling out, allowing your business to showcase its status page on your domain.
Interested in beta access? Just send an email or reach out via chat. We will make this available for our customers in the Business plan.
Stay secure and proactive with our new SSL monitoring feature. Keep your website's SSL certificates under watchful eyes and never be blindsided by an expiration again. This feature ensures you're alerted well in advance, maintaining your site's trust and security.
Need to monitor something more private, like a specific Zendesk pod or an internal status page? We've got you covered. This new feature is in beta, and we're excited to see how it can best serve your needs.
Now, you can change the name of the service to something more familiar to your team and customers. Instead of Zoom, call it "Video Call Software"? Now it's possible! After you start monitoring the service, just hit the Settings button and change it.
We've listened to your feedback and have added more status pages to our monitoring repertoire, including popular platforms such as ArcGIS and Azure DevOps. Your input is invaluable, so please continue to share your insights and requests.
Those utilizing Google Cloud now have a comprehensive view of components and regions, empowering you with enhanced control over your alerts. Zendesk users will also notice an improved component list, making your experience smoother and more efficient.
We're committed to continuous improvement and innovation. Thanks for your feedback, and stay tuned for more updates from us!
Cloud Provider Uptime Monitoring: July 2023 Insights
Check our July 2023 health report on the top most popular cloud providers. We analyze the health of the cloud providers based on the number of outages and problems during the month. The source of the data is made available by the cloud providers themselves via their status page. We normalize it and use it to generate the report.
Easily monitor all your third-party status pages
Monitor all your critical services' official status pages from one centralized dashboard. Instant alerts the moment an outage is detected.