'Down Time Alert' is our own website monitoring service that watches your website 24/7/365 and notifies you whenever your website goes down.
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Trigger whenever your website is down.
Triggered when a new commit is created. Select your organization, repo and branch.
Triggered when a new notification is created.
Create a new issue.
Create a new pull request and merge it (optional).
Update an existing issue.
The Downtime Alert service is a free, open-source monitoring top that sends email and SMS alerts when a website goes down. It is quite lightweight and easy to set up. You can choose what type of alert you want to receive – text or email. To get the free service, you do need to sign up for an account with Github.
GitHub is a web service that hosts git repositories. It's a code hosting site that lets developers share code and build projects together. Git is a free and open source distributed version contrp system. It's most commonly used for source code management in development environments. It's also used for configuration management of application deployment.
Downtime Alert is integrated with GitHub which means that if your website goes down, it will notify you about it via GitHub's status page. There are two types of notifications when you're on GitHub's status page – red and yellow. Red means there's an error, while yellow means there's a warning about the status of your site. It will show you the issue as well such as “500 Internal Server Error” in the red notification. If your website goes down, Downtime Alert will let you know immediately through this notification. You can see the screenshot below to check out how it looks like on GitHub:
There are many benefits of integration of Downtime Alert and GitHub:
It offers real-time information about the status of your website immediately. It helps with the effort needed to monitor websites since you only need to check one status page instead of going through a bunch of different pages. It helps you with disaster recovery as well by providing you with a timeline of when your site was down and when it came back up again. You can see this in the screenshot above where it says “Down since 09/24/2014 12:00:00 AM UTC”. It's easy to install by fplowing these steps. Go to Downtime Alert and sign up for an account. Click on the “Integration” tab at the top right, then click on “GitHub Status Page Integration” under “Service Integrations”. Enter your GitHub username and password then click on “Authorize Application” button. Now you just have to specify what type of alert you want to receive (email or text. depending on your preference. You can change this option later if you would like to receive more than one type of alert. Click on “Save Changes” to finish setting up your integration with GitHub!
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