Getting Started With 3rd Party Monitored Services
3rd Party monitoring allows you to connect your 3rd party monitor checks (like Pingdom, StatusCake, UptimeRobot, etc) to your services in Statuspal, so that we can automatically create incidents whenever the checks fails (your services goes down).
Configuring this is simple, we provide you with an email address per service which you can add as an "alert contact" in your monitoring tool, so that when it fails it sends us an email.
Monitored Service vs 3rd Party Monitored
Statuspal already provides monitoring, but if you prefer to keep using your 3rd party monitoring tools like Pingdom, StatusCake or UptimeRobot we allow you to integrate it with your status page, on one side through 3rd party metrics and on the other though 3rd party monitored services, so you can display your external metrics as well as to automate incidents creation.
But if you choose to stick with your 3rd party monitoring tool, monitoring through Statuspal does not make sense, so whenever you enable 3rd party monitoring in a service you won't be able to also enable monitoring through Statuspal.
Configure your 3rd Party Monitoring Tool
Now that you have the inbound email address of your service you can configure it in your 3rd party monitor tool, any monitoring tool that allows to add email alert contacts should work, here are instructions to some of the most commonly used ones:
- Configure Pingdom Monitoring for a Service
- Configure StatusCake Monitoring for a Service
- Configure UptimeRobot Monitoring for a Service
- Configure Uptime.com Monitoring for a Service
If you have doubts/problems configuring your 3rd party monitoring tool don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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