NodePing was started by people who know what it is like to be responsible for keeping sites and services up 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Server monitoring is critical to your success, but you don't want to spend all your time baby sitting it or tweaking it. You need it to work really well with a minimum of fuss so you can get on with your the rest of your job. We understand that, and we've built the service we wished we would have had all the years we've been responsible for keeping services available.
We don't have cute graphics or pictures of models who don't actually work here. We don't spend a lot of time trying to make our tools feel like a game or try to be clever in our presentation. What we're going for is a service you can depend on for a job that is critical to your success. It needs to be easy to use, reliable, fast, and provide the detailed information you need quickly and without fuss. In short, it needs to get the job done so you can get on to other things. When a service fails, it needs to provide as much technical detail and diagnostics to help troubleshoot. We think NodePing's website monitoring hits the mark really well.
Our other goal was to build a service that would scale. Why should it matter if you want to monitor five addresses, or fifty, or a thousand? Some similar services charge a lot more for a few more checks. One of our customers commented recently that before they moved to NodePing they were paying more for monitoring than they were for the cloud based hosting their sites were running on. The Internet world is changing, and uptime monitoring needs to keep up. Our goal is to charge a simple, flat rate and let you get on with your work.
Looking for service monitoring over websocket and non of the fancy monitoring services has it but finally found @NodePing and it's awesome— Amjad Masad (@amasad) March 3, 2015