CachetHQ

An open source Status Page system

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Ryan Hoover
Founder, Product Hunt
This is useful, but we'll never need it because we never go down or anything. ;)
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Murat Mutlu
Hunter
Co-Founder, @marvelapp
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James Brooks
Maker
Software Developer at Laravel
@rrhoover if you do find yourselves using Cachet, I'd love to hear from you!
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Matt Lanham
Founder of geckoengage.com
Looks really nice! Does it detect issues, or is it purely for communicating known issues?
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James Brooks
Maker
Software Developer at Laravel
@mattlanham it's purely for communicating... at the moment. We have plans to add adapters for third-party services. We do however, have an API that allows other services to notify us.
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James Brooks
Maker
Software Developer at Laravel
Hey! I'm James, the maker of Cachet - thanks for the post! If you have any questions, please let me know :)
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Jack Smith
Previously co-founded Vungle & Shyp
looks cool. how's it compare to statuspage.io ?
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James Brooks
Maker
Software Developer at Laravel
@_jacksmith we're lacking some features at the moment, but Cachet is still a work in progress. For example, we don't have: - Third party components - Metrics (at least, it's semi-implemented) - Twitter integration - Scheduled maintenance But we're getting there, check out the GitHub project; https://github.com/cachethq/Cachet for more info.
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Tyson Quick
CEO Instapage
I thought the primary value of statuspage.io was to have a 3rd party system monitoring / reporting server issues. Where do you install this code? If your system goes down, wouldn't this go down with it?
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James Brooks
Maker
Software Developer at Laravel
@tysonquick correct and we're working on implementing that into Cachet too. I'd advise you run this on a separate server. We offer one-click deploy to Heroku too (check the Readme file on GitHub)
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