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An open-source status dashboard running on App Engine
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What is Stashboard?

Stashboard is a status dashboard for APIs and software services. It's similar to the Amazon AWS Status Page or the Google Apps Status Page. Stashboard was originally written by Twilio to provide status information on its Voice and SMS APIs. Stashboard is designed to provide a generic status dashboard for any hosted service or API. The code can be downloaded, customized, and run on any Google App Engine account.
Stashboard is a tool in the Status Page Hosting category of a tech stack.
Stashboard is an open source tool with 1.6K GitHub stars and 316 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Stashboard's open source repository on GitHub

Who uses Stashboard?


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Pros of Stashboard
Open Source and FREE

Stashboard's Features

  • Track multiple different API or SaaS services
  • Set custom status messages and icons such as Up/Down
  • Show historical status for each service
  • Runs on Google App Engine so it's independent of your infrastructure (unless your app is on GAE)
  • Full REST API for both getting and setting status information
  • CNAME to

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