Today, we’re thrilled to take Pingdom BeepManager out of beta, and bring you a new and better way to work with your incidents. Internet is a fragile thing and stuff will break, so having the right person getting the right alert in the right way is an important part in our commitment to make the web faster and more reliable.
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Today we have released a brand new Pingdom Android app. Like the iPhone app we released a short while ago, the Android app is completely reengineered from the ground up. With a new design and added functionality, the app puts more information about your website monitoring checks in your pocket. Whenever you receive an alert on your Android smartphone we want to help you get to what’s wrong as quickly as possible, then allow you to dig deeper.
The new app is available today from the Play Store. It’s of course free, so there’s no reason why you shouldn’t download it right away.
Today we’ve released a brand new Pingdom iPhone app. It’s completely reengineered from the ground up and puts outages in focus. Whenever you receive an alert on your iPhone we want to help you get to what’s wrong as quickly as possible, then allow you to dig deeper.
The new app is available today from the App Store. It’s of course free, so there’s no reason why you shouldn’t download it right away.
Today, the Pingdom team is heading to Webbdagarna (it means The Web Days in Swedish) in Gothenburg. It’s an ongoing series of two day conferences that take place in multiple cities around Sweden every year. This time the theme of Webbdagarna is “do it yourself.”
By the looks of it, there is a wide range of what must be very exciting sessions on offer. Both days there are also more specialized tracks, which attendees can choose from. Some of the topics covered during Webbdagarna include branding, digital disruption, ecommerce, web design, and web strategy.
But what’s your story? What is it that you’re looking forward to the most if you are also going to Webbdagarna? Let us know!
The first day of Monitorama in Berlin has been a whirlwind of talks on all kinds of interesting topics. All the presenters did a great job and managed to convey all kinds of exciting ideas and impressions. Our mind are buzzing, something that will not go away for a long time. Add the informal discussions in the hallway track and you have a full day that came and went all too quickly. Here’s a short wrap up of the first day of Monitorama in Berlin.
Later this week the Monitorama EU conference in Berlin kicks off, and Pingdom will be there. This is a two-day open source monitoring conference and hackathon, with what looks to be many exciting sessions. We look forward to a wide range of topics including alerting, logging, visualizations, website monitoring, and much more.
We will of course be attending lots of sessions , but we also want to take this opportunity to spend time with as many of you as possible.
Last week we held a webinar that covered three types of website monitoring: uptime monitoring, real user monitoring, and transaction monitoring. The response was excellent and we received so many great questions on a wide range of topics.
We know that some of you were not able to attend the webinar, or that you want a recording or slides for your records and here they are.
Are you curious about what a Pingdom account can do for you? Or do you want to further your knowledge of the importance of monitoring your websites and servers?
Then we have an exciting webinar for you. There is so much more to Pingdom than meets the eye and this is a golden opportunity to find out what and how.
Join us for a free webinar on September 4.
All of us working at Pingdom are geeks at heart and passionate about making the web faster and more reliable. Even though we work in different positions with different sorts of tasks, we all work together as a team to accomplish our goals.
With this article, we want to give you insight into who we are, not just as a company but as a team and as individuals. Hopefully this will be a recurring feature on our blog and we kick off with featuring Morgan Sundqvist, Project Manager DevOps, and his first nine months at Pingdom.
By monitoring your websites and servers with Pingdom, you can be the first to know if something is not working. That way, you can fix whatever is wrong before anyone else notices.
Getting an alert via email, SMS, Twitter or mobile app if something does go wrong is of course very helpful. But displaying the status of your websites on a dashboard can sometimes be a great complement.