We are pleased to announce the launch of Statsignal. We have focused on creating a simple, effective, and beautiful solution to monitor the uptime of your websites or servers and publish a status page of your system.
With Statsignal, you only need a website or server address to start monitoring, and with a few clicks, you can publish a status page.
We've put a lot of work into the user interface, and the result is a simple, beautiful, and easy-to-use console. The Statsignal console also provides live updates on what's going on with your monitors.
With Statsignal, you get a detailed history of the status and response times reported by your monitors, as well as indicators of any interruptions and changes in performance.
You can also create groups of monitors that allow you to query and report the status of your monitors in a convenient way and according to your system organization.
Statsignal offers an API and Webhooks, giving flexibility to your developers to integrate and automize your system with Statsignal.
Here is a list of the Statsignal features:
If you like to see a description of these features, you can check the features section on our website.
We have launched Statsignal with all the essentials to achieve a simple and effective application. However, we want to make an application rich in useful features without sacrificing simplicity and ease of use.
Check out our roadmap of new features we are already working on and will eventually release.
Statsignal has a pay-as-you-go model, meaning that you only pay for what you need and can stop or start whenever you please. There's no need for any subscription plans.
Statsignal offers four different types of frequency for monitoring your website, including a free type. Check out our pricing for more details.
StatSignal is designed, built, and backed by 19 Signals, a company registered in the United States that was founded and bootstrapped in 2021 by two brothers and developers who have been active in the IT field since 2000.