Server monitoring site adds weekly e-mail reports, a free service that monitors the availability of your web server, now sends weekly PDF reports on the uptime of your websites. The report provides a snapshot of the availability of your site within the week. The weekly PDF report seemed a recent addition to its already formidable lineup of services. This is still the second time I’ve received one.

web server availability report PDF REPORT. sends a weekly report on the availability of servers you are monitoring. Click on image to enlarge.

Of course, you can always go to your account to view detailed statistics not only on your web server availability but also on response times. monitors web server performance from three different locations—Germany, Austria, and the United States.

Of all the free web server monitoring services I tried, is the most consistent and dependable. It’s is usually the first to alert me whenever any of the sites I monitor is down. This means checks availability more frequently than the other services. also provides its users detailed records of the response times of web servers. You can view the response time of your site, from which country and on what hour of any given day since you signed up for its service.

I’ve previously written about how to use to compare web hosting providers. I still continue monitoring blogs with Media Temple and Dreamhost to help me on my choice of company to sign up with. I’m currently on a shared server account with A Small Orange and I’m happy with its service. I’ve decided to sign up for another year with them, this time on a bigger plan.

Continue reading → an even more fantastic free web server monitor

A comment on my previous post on using Montastic and Site Uptime to monitor your web servers led me to a free web server monitor that I signed up to a few months back but quickly forgot because I encountered problems when I first used it.

I revisted my account and boy is it turning out to be a great service. If you’re a website owner or a blogger running your blog in a web hosting account, you should use to keep tabs of downtimes of your web servers. (click on photo to view larger image) interface

In the few days since I re-activated my account, I found better than Montastic and Site Uptimes free service combined. When I first used, it was really slow and I wasnt getting any idea thats why I completely forgot about my beta account with the site. The site now loads faster and gives you a lot of data on the accessibility of the web servers you monitor.

Continue reading →