The All-In-One DevOps Status Page

StatusGator is the only status page provider that monitors 2,700+ cloud services, along with your product or service. So you get a unified, automated DevOps status page. Ditch your separate monitoring tool and status page provider and choose StatusGator, the all-in-one status page solution for your DevOps team.

The All-In-One Status Page
Monitor Third-Party Dependencies on Status Page

Monitor Third-Party Dependencies on Your DevOps Status Page

StatusGator is the world leader in third-party dependency monitoring. For more than 8 years, we’ve monitored thousands of services by aggregating statuses from their official status pages, keeping your tech team and customer support informed of outages that could affect your uptime. DevOps status page by StatusGator incorporates this data so your tech team is kept up to date on potential issues affecting your providers.

Website Monitoring
Built-In for Your
DevOps Status Page

With StatusGator, your status page includes website monitoring built-in. It allows you to monitor any website with a few clicks. No need to purchase a separate service to handle monitoring of your internal websites. StatusGator continuously checks your websites from multiple locations around the globe and notifies your DevOps team of any outages, and automatically updates your DevOps status page.

Website Monitoring Built-In Status Page
Brandable status page

Customizable and Brandable Status Page
for Your DevOps Team

Your StatusGator status page is completely customizable with your name, headline, and logo. Whitelabel your DevOps status page and its notifications for a completely custom solution. Host on your own domain for maximum trust with your DevOps team.

Improve Transparency with Subscriptions
to DevOps Status Page

Tech team can subscribe to your DevOps status page with a simple click. They can filter their notifications to specific services or choose to get notified about all services. Your customers, end-users, or stakeholders can manage their subscriptions and choose exactly how they want to receive notifications about the status of your product or service.

Improve Transparency with Subscriptions to Status Page​
Private Status Page​

Private Status Page
for Your DevOps Team

Protect your DevOps status page with a password. Reduce ticket volumes by making your DevOps status page the single source for your users’ IT issues. Build trust with your company name, colors, and logo. Host on your own URL for maximum trust.

Keep Tabs on Vendor Outages
on Your
DevOps Status Page

StatusGator monitors all of your services and sends your DevOps team instant notifications when they go down. Stay abreast of issues that affect your users with notifications: In email, Slack, Teams, or wherever your team communicates.

Keep Tabs on Status Page
Understand the Reliability Depends on

Understand the Reliability of the Vendors
Your DevOps Team Depends on

Understand how reliable your cloud providers’ are with data exports and a weekly email summarizing outages. Run reports, perform analysis, and produce summaries and hold your vendors accountable. Get refunds against SLAs or use StatusGator reports when negotiating contract renewals.

Integrate
Your DevOps Status Page with Incident Management

Integrate StatusGator with your incident management tools using our integrations or API. Create incidents automatically so your DevOps team can investigate the impact of high-value services. StatusGator helps your tech team to be more proactive and stay ahead of outages that could bring down your product or service.

Incident Management​ by StatusGator
Reduce Support Tickets with Status Page

Reduce Support Tickets with
DevOps Status Page

DevOps status page helps reduce ticket burden for your IT help desk. Your StatusGator status page will automatically show the status of every third-party service your tech team and customer support depends on. By gathering the official status of your hosted applications and showing them to your users before they reach out to your helpdesk, StatusGator DevOps status page helps reduce support tickets saving you time and money.

Security Features for Your DevOps Status Page

All multi-user StatusGator plans support SAML-based SSO for maximum security. Choose who can access what with role-based access control. StatusGator is designed for the compliance needs of the enterprise. Enforce app-based 2FA to ensure access to your monitoring tools.

Monitor Third-Party Dependencies on Status Page

Demo Status Page

Demo Status Page

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Why Choose StatusGator
for Your DevOps Status Page

Features StatusGator Other status page provider
2,720 cloud services monitored Yes No
Free status page Yes No
Website monitoring built-in Yes No
Monitor specific components and regions Yes No
Unlimited subscribers Yes No
Content change detection Soon No
API health monitoring Soon No
SSL certificate monitoring Soon No

What Our Customers Say

“Great experience so far! You’ll be highly recommended!”

Zach Huntley
Eden Prairie School

“Very useful. Saves me 30 to 60 minutes when something is wrong”

Will Feener
CTO, Whale Rock Capital

“Loving StatusGator”

Joshua Kersey
Systems Engineer, Armanino LPP

657m+

Status checks performed

2.6k+

Services monitored

8.5m+

Notifications sent

20k+

Users served

Keep your DevOps team, support, stakeholders, and users aware of status changes of your service and vendors.

Keep Your Team Informed

We send you notifications when your services go down, giving you critical visibility where you currently have none.

Schools

Keep staff, teachers, and students informed and reduce support ticket burden by quickly communicating known issues.

IT Teams

Respond to outages faster by keeping IT and helpdesk staff informed.

Devops

When AWS melts down or Cloudflare is fighting an outage, keep your team up to date on the incident with a StatusGator status page and notifications.

StatusGator is beloved for its simplicity and usefulness

Frequently Asked Questions

Where does StatusGator get its data for DevOps status page?

StatusGator gets the official status data from each company’s official status page. Status pages are published by thousands of cloud services as a way to communicate the status of each service. StatusGator reads this status page data into its platform, ensuring that the data we aggregate is the official, published incident information.

How does StatusGator aggregate status pages of your vendors?

StatusGator uses three methods to collect status data from official status pages: Web scraping, documented APIs, and undocumented APIs. We use proprietary technology to collect and normalize the data from more than 2,700 cloud services. Our platform constantly monitors and automatically detects incidents, ensuring accurate, up-to-date information no matter how often a status page changes.

What do the different statuses of cloud services mean?

  •  [ warn ] – A minor incident as indicated by the status page. Usually, these incidents are listed in yellow or orange on a cloud providers’ status page.
  • [ down ] – A major incident as indicated by the status page. Typically these incidents are listed in red on a service’s status page.
  • [ maintenance ] – Scheduled, proactive maintenance as published on the status page. Sometimes these have no impact but are published for informational purposes.

Can any cloud services be added to the DevOps status page by StatusGator?

StatusGator can aggregate the status of any vendors using their public, official status page. If the service does not publish a status page, then we cannot aggregate their official status. If their status page is only available behind a login we currently do not support this for security reasons. Otherwise, we are happy to add vendors. Just reach out using the support link below.

How often does StatusGator fetch the cloud providers’ status?

StatusGator collects the status of each service from their official status page every 5 minutes, ensuring incidents and resolutions are ingested into the StatusGator platform in a timely manner and displayed on your DevOps status page in real time.

Can I filter to specific regions?

Absolutely. StatusGator supports a critical feature that many status pages do not – the ability to filter to specific components of a given cloud services. For many services, a component can be a region or a product. If you only use certain products, regions, or features of a given service, you can using component filters to limit your notifications to only those that affect the components your DevOps team uses.

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