Create an Uptime Monitor for Your Websites With 'Upptime' Tool and GitHub [No Server Needed]

If you manage servers and websites you know how important it is to know in time if the website is down. You don8217t want downtime affecting yours or your client8217s business and service do you.

There are ways to monitor your websites for downtime. You can configure your server with uptime monitoring tools or pay for an uptime monitoring service.

Recently I came across an even easier and painless way of setting up an uptime monitor. This awesome open source project called Upptime allows you to easily set up your own uptime monitor for free with GitHub.

The best part is that you don8217t to install an agent or tool on your server. It is entirely handled using GitHub8217s tools.

Here8217s what you get with Upptime.

Sounds good right Let me show you the steps to configure Upptime.


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