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25 Best Status Page Examples Showcasing Top Communication Practices

Best status page examples

Status pages are a transparent and effective way to inform users of any downtime or incidents disrupting the company’s service. Without a status page, users are left in the dark, and support tickets pile up, affecting your relationship with them and their trust.  That’s why having a status page is essential for a business in 2024. By showing your current status and incident history or previous...

23 Facts on GitHub Reliability in 2022: Data Study of Outages by StatusGator

23 GitHub outage facts in 2022, GitHub downtime study by StatusGator

With over 83 million users, GitHub is one of the most popular development tools out there and the third most monitored service on StatusGator.  Since so many users depend on GitHub, we wanted to analyze GitHub’s reliability in 2022 and find and uncover some interesting facts about GitHub outages.  The data behind this article For our analysis of GitHub’s reliability, we used historical...

What Was the Least Reliable GitHub Feature in 2022

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With over 83 million users, GitHub is one of the most popular development tools out there and the third most monitored service on StatusGator. Since so many users depend on GitHub, we wanted to analyze GitHub’s downtime over the past year and see which GitHub features (i.e., Codespaces, PRs, Actions, etc.) were the least reliable. The Data Behind This Article To evaluate which GitHub features...

Has GitHub Been Down More Since Its Acquisition by Microsoft?

Two years ago, on June 4th of 2018, Microsoft announced its acquisition of GitHub, a unicorn darling of the developer tools startup ecosystem, for $7.5B in stock. The announcement unearthed a wide range of opinions and pontifications, ranging from “GitHub is doomed” to “Microsoft is smart”, with many predictions about GitHub’s future. Some thought Microsoft’s...