How to Check Website Uptime using Google Cloud Monitoring

How to check website uptime using Google Cloud Monitoring. Using Google cloud you can create uptime checks which sends requests to a resource in certain intervals to check if the resource responds.

With Google clouds uptime check you can check a URL availability of a VM instance App Engine or AWS Load Balancer.

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In this guide you are going to learn how to configure uptime checks and also configure an alert policy which sends notification to your email address or your phone number.

A Google Cloud Account with billing activated.

Go to your Google Cloud console and navigate to Operations gtgt Monitoring gtgt Uptime Checks. If you are using this for the first time you need to choose your project and automatically the required monitoring APIs will be enabled and workspace will be created for you.

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