Monitor cron jobs, micro-services and almost anything else.

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#4 Product of the DayJanuary 08, 2017
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Joyjeet Sarkar
Joyjeet Sarkar@joy014 · CTO, Mindscroll Learning Platform
Having been using Cronitor since last 6 months. Coupling with good queuing system, none of my server jobs have gone unprocessed. Also there is a feature in which you can set alert if your jobs execute for more than n seconds (helps detecting heavy/slow/hung jobs). Thats super helpful.
Gijo Varghese
Gijo Varghese@gijo_varghese · Co-founder & CTO - MFY
Interesting one! So far I've been writing logs and looking at it to know whether a cron job has failed. This one is very useful. Will implement it my server soon.
Alec Jones
Alec Jones@alec_joness · developing & high schooling
Definitely a great product, I can see using this to cut down on my cron job times.
Trevin Chow
Trevin Chow@trevin · VP of Product @ Tally
Neat product for businesses and teams, can see the value. Surprised they decided to monetize individuals though, I expected it to be free (and definitely not $24/month)
Shane Harter
Shane HarterMaker@shaneharter ·
@trevin thanks for the feedback. We do offer a single monitor for free. When we launched we offered a $7 plan but churn was much higher (3x our more expensive plans) and we try to provide a level of support to paying customers that is just not profitable at $7 a month.
Trevin Chow
Trevin Chow@trevin · VP of Product @ Tally
@shaneharter I'm looking at from a hobbyist's perspective who runs a server at home for various things to tinker with. I probably have about 15 cron jobs doing various things. Cronitor would solve a problem for me but I can't justify paying for it. Could just be me though.
Michael Bianco
Michael Bianco@mike_bianco · Founder, SuiteSync
Great idea! Reminds me of