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Website Performance Monitoring

GravelyGravely Member

Hi LET,

Been using Hetrix for as long as i can remember for uptime/blacklist monitoring. One limitation is that it does not monitor website performance.

Currently im trialing https://ohdear.app/ , its decent although being a seasoned LET member, the price is quite high for my 20+ sites.

Can anyone recommend a LET friendly solution?

Comments

  • JarryJarry Member

    If you really want to monitor 20+ sites, then it's worth to think about own solution. Find one small cheap VPS on serverhunter (or two if you want redundancy), set up with icinga/nagios/whatever and you are ready to monitor your sites...

  • HBAndreiHBAndrei Member, Top Provider

    We'll soon be deploying advanced metrics for our website uptime monitors (such as DNS lookup time, TTFB, etc).

    After that gets implemented, the next step will be allowing users to configure alerts based on these metrics (ie: alert if average TTFB > X over the last Y minutes).

    Cheers.

    Free Uptime Monitoring - minimize your downtime by being the first to know about it.
    Free Blacklist Monitoring - don't let a few bad clients ruin your network.

  • experttechitexperttechit Member, Provider

    Great news! :)

  • GravelyGravely Member

    @HBAndrei said:
    We'll soon be deploying advanced metrics for our website uptime monitors (such as DNS lookup time, TTFB, etc).

    After that gets implemented, the next step will be allowing users to configure alerts based on these metrics (ie: alert if average TTFB > X over the last Y minutes).

    Cheers.

    Thats what i like to hear!!!

  • MechanicWebMechanicWeb Member, Provider

    @HBAndrei said: We'll soon be deploying advanced metrics for our website uptime monitors (such as DNS lookup time, TTFB, etc).

    This is good news! Will there be any option to monitor the entire page load time at least hourly?

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  • @HBAndrei said:
    We'll soon be deploying advanced metrics for our website uptime monitors (such as DNS lookup time, TTFB, etc).

    After that gets implemented, the next step will be allowing users to configure alerts based on these metrics (ie: alert if average TTFB > X over the last Y minutes).

    Cheers.

    Do you have any plan to add API support for adding monitors?

    ^-^!

  • HBAndreiHBAndrei Member, Top Provider

    @MechanicWeb said: Will there be any option to monitor the entire page load time at least hourly?

    It is already loading the entire page, but if you mean for it to load up all of the linked scripts/images/etc on the page as well, there's no immediate plan on implementing such a feature at this time.

    @jetchirag said: Do you have any plan to add API support for adding monitors?

    That's already implemented, please open a ticket for more details.

    Cheers.

    Thanked by 1jetchirag

    Free Uptime Monitoring - minimize your downtime by being the first to know about it.
    Free Blacklist Monitoring - don't let a few bad clients ruin your network.

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