StatusGator has been monitoring the cloud for more than 8 years. We collect the status of thousands services from their official, published, status pages. We monitor cloud services to directly to understand the real-world impact of ongoing incidents. And we use our worldwide detection system to find wide-spread outages and incidents before they are announced on vendor status pages, giving you early warning signals.Schedule a demo
StatusGator monitors the official status pages of more than 2,000 services. We detect changes to these pages and normalize that data into a unified platform of official status data. Our platform handles the hard work of scraping or subscribing to APIs from each of the services you depend on, sending you notifications when services.Start free trial
Using our global network of monitoring locations, StatusGator directly monitors the websites and infrastructure of hundreds of cloud services, giving us important data about the health of the services you depend on. We ingest this data into our platform and surface it through notifications, integrations, and updates to your team status page, keeping you critically informed of outages.Schedule a demo
StatusGator has a unique ability to discover cloud outages before they are published on official status pages. Our network of highly visible landing pages for major service providers, gives us a data about those searching for outage data. Coupled with reports from our visitors and users, we’re able to send your team early warning notifications in those critical moments before outages are published.Start free trial
Get notified of critical cloud outages in the places you need: Directly to your phone with our SMS notifications or via integrations with popular chat apps: Slack, Teams, and Google Chat. Our Slack integration even allows you to query the status of any service in your incident chat room, allowing you to keep tabs of the issues that are affecting you.Schedule a demo
Integrate StatusGator with your incident management tools using our integrations or API. Create incidents automatically so your team can investigate the impact of high-value services. StatusGator helps your team be more proactive and stay ahead of outages that could bring down your app.Start free trial
Frequently Asked Questions
Where does StatusGator get its data?
StatusGator gets the official status data from each company’s official status page. Status pages are published by thousands of companies 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?
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 2,000 services. Our platform constantly monitors and automatically detects changes in status page formats, ensuring accurate, up-to-date information no matter how often a status page changes.
What do the different statuses mean?
Can any service be added to StatusGator?
StatusGator can aggregate the status of any service 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 the service. Just reach out using the support link below.
How often does StatusGator fetch the 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.
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 service. 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 team uses.
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