AlertBot vs Oh Dear! vs Pingdom

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AlertBot

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Oh Dear!

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Pingdom

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Pros of AlertBot
Pros of Oh Dear!
Pros of Pingdom
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      Easy setup
    • 224
      Simple and reliable
    • 103
      Monitoring your websites
    • 75
      Easy to use dashboard
    • 65
      Email, text & twitter alerts
    • 43
      Free tier
    • 23
      Performance data
    • 14
      Detailed Reports
    • 11
      Email Reports
    • 9
      Mobile App
    • 9
      Root Cause Analysis
    • 1
      30-day risk free trial
    • 1
      Easy setup
    • 1
      IOS app

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    Cons of AlertBot
    Cons of Oh Dear!
    Cons of Pingdom
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          UI is incredibly complicated
        • 3
          Expensive
        • 2
          Hard to set up alerts properly

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        What is AlertBot?

        AlertBot's Website Monitoring provides businesses with around the clock testing of their website pages. This monitoring includes the testing of all possible webpage failure points as well as the verification of key performance metrics. This data gives businesses the information they need to ensure their websites are always running error-free and providing a quality user experience.

        What is Oh Dear!?

        It is an easy way to track the uptime & SSL health for your websites & apps. It's website monitoring without the hassle. Multi-location uptime monitoring, mixed content detection and SSL certificate & transparency reporting. There's an API and kick-ass documentation too.

        What is Pingdom?

        Pingdom is an uptime monitoring service. When problems happen with a site that Pingdom monitors, it immediately alerts the owner so the problem can be taken care of.

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        What tools integrate with AlertBot?
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          What are some alternatives to AlertBot, Oh Dear!, and Pingdom?
          UptimeRobot
          It is all about helping you to keep your websites up. It monitors your websites every 5 minutes and alerts you if your sites are down.
          Better Uptime
          Better Uptime is a radically better infrastructure monitoring platform that calls the right person on your team if anything goes wrong. Schedule on-call duties, receive helpful alerts, and collaborate on solving incidents faster than ever.
          StatusCake
          Monitoring a website is one thing – finding the best way to alert you to downtime another. At StatusCake we give you as many options as possible to decide when & how often you’re contacted. Whether it’s by email, SMS, push notifications for iOS & Android or integration with third party apps including Zapier and PagerDuty – you decide how you want to be alerted and when!
          updown.io
          updown is an online service that checks your website's status by periodically sending an HTTP HEAD request to the URL of your choice. It then notifies you by email or sms when your website is not responding correctly.
          Site24x7
          Site24x7 is an all-in-one monitoring solution that allows you to monitor every part of your IT infrastructure from Websites to Applications, to Servers (both on-premise and on the cloud) as well as your Network infrastructure.
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