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    This seemed like the best place to ask about site monitoring. My company manages a bunch of urls and we want something relatively cheap and reliable.

    We're looking at this one: http://portal.monitis.com/web/guest/ It looks great but I'd like to have a testimonial if I can get one.

    Also if anyone else has a better suggestion please let me know.
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    www.serviceuptime.com is used by many webhosting companies to monitor servers.
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    AlertX.com offers the most affordable site monitoring solutions on the internet. Packages are priced between $19.99 per year for 10 websites to $99.99 a year for an unlimited number of websites. You can receive email alerts from every 15 minutes to daily regardless of whether your site is up or down or choose to receive alerts only when there are problems with your site. While not as feature rich as some of the commercial site monitoring services out there, AlertX gives the webmaster the basic tools to track their sites' status and at the best prices found anywhere on the internet. I encourage you to try AlertX free for 90 days.
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    Pingdom is another well known one. Hope this helps.
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    Originally Posted by Jyncka
    This seemed like the best place to ask about site monitoring. My company manages a bunch of urls and we want something relatively cheap and reliable.

    We're looking at this one: http://portal.monitis.com/web/guest/ It looks great but I'd like to have a testimonial if I can get one.

    Also if anyone else has a better suggestion please let me know.
    Here is what you want:
    http://portal.monitis.com/index.php/company/testimonials
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    Ive been using pingdom since they launched I think that is one of the best monitoring website out there.
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    Originally Posted by Jyncka
    This seemed like the best place to ask about site monitoring. My company manages a bunch of urls and we want something relatively cheap and reliable.

    We're looking at this one: http://portal.monitis.com/web/guest/ It looks great but I'd like to have a testimonial if I can get one.

    Also if anyone else has a better suggestion please let me know.
    I have reviewed a lot of different monitoring services in the industry and pingdom is by far the cheapest. Well not cheaper than free but you get the point. I wouldnt say they are the most advanced however, but then again you're looking for cheap and reliable so pingdom fits the requirements.
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    Try http://alertra.com/. Been using their service for quite a while and it's quite reliable. Not too costly either.
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    I use Are My Sites Up? because it's free. The free version has no features but it's reliable and does the job.

    You have to log in once every few months or your account will be deleted.

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    Pingdom and hyperspin. Hyperspin is best IMO both prices and services are good.
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    Nagios is good for website monitoring!
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    Originally Posted by fcolor
    Nagios is good for website monitoring!
    As for me it's better for network monitoring than website
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    Originally Posted by peterch
    As for me it's better for network monitoring than website
    I agree, lots of monitoring tools for websites are simpler that nagios
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    Hi,
    You can use Monitor Wolf software. It is Simple to Learn and easy to Use. It has some advance features, such as Tests Ping Response, HTTP Visibility, DNS Resolution, Failure Notification and many others.
    Thank You.
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    Originally Posted by iHubNet-Matt
    Pingdom is another well known one. Hope this helps.
    I've tried pingdom and I quite like their service.
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