WebGazer

Free website monitoring service

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#2 Product of the DayMarch 06, 2018

WebGazer is a website monitoring platform leveraging serverless infrastructure to deliver affordable service.

We check if your website is up as it should be and notify you if anything goes wrong. You can choose to be notified via e-mail or Slack (phone call and text message notifications are coming soon).

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Reviews

  • Ashkan Alizadeh
    Ashkan AlizadehCEO & Founder of Trendoline
    Pros: 

    extremely fast and responsive

    Cons: 

    none found yet

    my hosting provider never tells me the real uptime. Webgazer is the real face of the mirror

    Ashkan Alizadeh has used this product for one month.
  • Matt Pliszka
    Matt Pliszkaresearching SaaS software @ pickSaaS.com
    Pros: 

    simple concept, very user-friendly, quick onboarding

    Cons: 

    hope will have sms alerts in the future

    Does what it promises in a simple, user-friendly way.

    Matt Pliszka has used this product for one day.

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Doulos Jose
Doulos Jose@deejthtraveller · Growth | Strategy | Digital
Says its a free service in the tag line & in the description, its an affordable service - which is true? :)
Gökhan Sarı
Gökhan SarıMaker@meisth0th
@deejthtraveller It's really free :) But we also offer a paid plan for some custom cases.
Jesse Muller
Jesse Muller@jesse__muller · Strategy & Marketing, Paal15
How does it compare to the competition like Uptimerobot?
Gökhan Sarı
Gökhan SarıMaker@meisth0th
@jesse__muller thank you for the well placed question, uptimerobot does a decent job notifying, I admit. We aim to provide better insight about the system performance. Also, we have some new stuff as well on our todo list, I suggest keeping an eye on.
Benjamin Gamard
Benjamin Gamard@jendib · Sismics Co-founder
@jesse__muller @meisth0th Uptimerobot is also doing performance monitoring, there is a response time graph
Braxton Huff 🙌🏻@3raxton · Creator traveling the world 🙌🏻
This is interesting, great work @meisth0th & @ahmetsulek! The one thing that sticks out to me is Slack alerts which is something I haven't seen before. One issue I am having is with Slack alerts & emails. I signed up to try these alerts out with email but get an error that I have too many alerts in use for the free plan. Does the free plan not work with email and Slack alerts as listed in the pricing plans? Again, great work!
Altan Akdoğan
Altan AkdoğanMaker@altanakdgn · analytical mind, critical thinker.
@3raxton Thanks for the good words. You can use one of the alerts in free plan. You should be able to add a slack alert after you delete the default e-mail alert option. Let us know if you have any further difficulties.
Braxton Huff 🙌🏻@3raxton · Creator traveling the world 🙌🏻
@altanakdgn I see and will do so! I appreciate the help.
Alexander Spoor
Alexander Spoor@alexanderspoor · Founder of Uitgeverij Spoor
Looks beautiful guys, good work!
Gökhan Sarı
Gökhan SarıMaker@meisth0th
@alexanderspoor Thanks, it means a lot for us.
I suggest you add percentiles in addition to averages. They are often more useful detecting anomalies than using average values. (I have to admit I did not use the tool first hand, just missed these in the screenshots.)
Gökhan Sarı
Gökhan SarıMaker@meisth0th
@srslnhn Thanks a lot for the suggestion. We are looking for ways to improve representation part of the application and percentiles idea sounds cool.