Android Server Monitoring App

Posted on November 19th, 2010 by Victoria Pal in WebSitePulse News

In order to meet the demand for mobile monitoring solutions we are proud to present our Android Server Monitoring App! We believe this mobile application will significantly increase the overall value of our services and will fill the existing gap for such a tool on the Android front. With our app you will always have control on the performance of your website and/or server. You can enjoy all the features from our mobile website, but  in an interactive and more user friendly way.

WebSitePulse's Current Status for AndroidAndroid applications are becoming more and more popular, partially because of the fact ~57% of them are free and mostly because a lot of people love Google products. By introducing our mobile server monitoring application we are now able to provide you with an easy way to keep track of your sites everywhere you go. Instant, on-demand uptime monitoring now fits in your pocket. The app is able to update the information on a preset interval and give you notifications for important events. As always, we are opened to any suggestions for additional features. Your feedback is valuable to us so if you experience any  difficulties or have idea for another Andoid application let us know.


2010 Hurricane Season Web Performance and Uptime Report Results

Posted on November 1st, 2010 by Victoria Pal in WebSitePulse News

HurricaneThree months ago we launched our traditional Hurricane Season Web Performance Report. During this time we continuously monitored five of the key websites which provide real-time forecasts, details, emergency information and donation opportunities when disaster strikes.

Now it is time to officially announce its end and summarize the results. Here's what happened this year:


WebSitePulse Launches the 2010 Hurricane Season Report

Posted on August 1st, 2010 by Victoria Pal in WebSitePulse News
HurricaneWith the Hurricane season upon us, it is vital to be up to speed with the current forecasts. In such times, these details can literally be a lifesaver. So, as a part of our contribution to the online community, for a sixth straight year we will be providing free monitoring and alerts to some of the most popular websites that keep their users informed with real-time forecasts, emergency information and donation opportunities when hurricanes, floods, and other natural or man-caused disasters occur.
Traditionally, the Web Performance reports will display the data from the measurements of the most visited hurricane and disaster-related websites. The information will be updated on a daily basis during the most active time of the season - August 1st through October 31,2010.

The reports will reflect the most common performance criteria: response time and availability. In-depth analytical information will also be collected and stored in the WebSitePulse system for future reference. You can find the detailed daily results from the Hurricane Season Web Performance and Uptime Report here.

An RSS feed from the daily Reports will be available for the convenience of those interested in the performance of the monitored websites.