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We are always listening to our Customers' needs and recommendations while using our advanced monitoring services. Utilizing the latest Internet technologies we are constantly working to improve the WebSitePulse monitoring service and to add new features to benefit our loyal Customers. To make service feature recommendation or comment, please send us a feedback.

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December 10th, 2005  New Service - Monitor Your MySQL Servers

With the new additions to the server monitoring service, now customers can monitor MySQL servers up to once every minute. Administrators can select between MySQL basic monitoring, which verifies the availability of the server, and MySQL advanced monitoring, which verifies the availability and measures the performance of the server.

September 22nd, 2005  Houston, TX Monitoring Location Update and Hurricane Rita

As Hurricane Rita approaches the Texas coastline, we would like to inform you that our monitoring station is located in a best-in-class datacenter in Houston, Texas and all possible protective measures have been taken from our end. According to the Datacenter management, all their systems are secured, robust, and redundant and no operational interruptions related to Hurricane Rita are anticipated. However, we are taking double precautions to protect your web-investment. We will be watching the storm status and the operation of the datacenter in Houston 24/7, and in case of power outage or other unexpected disruption of service, we will immediately switch all monitored targets to another monitoring location, part of our global network.

June 20th, 2005  IMPORTANT STATEMENT FROM WEBSITEPULSE:

With regards to the largest security breach that occurred last Friday, WebSitePulse would like to assure its customers that the company never used CardSytems Solutions for processing payments. The credit card information our customers shared with us was not compromised from their business relationship with WebSitePulse.

April 28th, 2005  New Monitoring Location in Washington, DC, USA

Today we have deployed our 15th monitoring location in Washington, DC. The monitoring location is part of the WebSitePulse Global Monitoring Network which already includes 14 locations around the Globe, and offers the most complete web monitoring services for our clients. This new monitoring location will provide additional visibility to our US and International customers. Redundant Internet connectivity is provided by AT&T, Qwest, Sprint and UUNet.

February 26th, 2005  New Monitoring Location in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Today we have deployed our 14th monitoring station located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The monitoring location is part of the WebSitePulse Global Monitoring Network which already includes 13 monitoring locations around the Globe, and offers the most complete web monitoring services for our clients. This new monitoring location will provide regional visibility to our growing number of European Customers. Internet connectivity is provided by AboveNet.

February 22nd, 2005  New monitoring location in Munich, Germany

Today we have deployed our 13th monitoring location in Munich, Germany. The monitoring location is part of the WebSitePulse Global Monitoring Network which already includes 12 monitoring locations around the Globe, and offers the most complete web monitoring services for our clients. This new location will provide additional regional visibility to our growing number of European and German Customers. Internet connectivity is provided by Level 3 Communications.

January 30th, 2005  New Feature - Include ASCII Control Characters for Custom Server Monitoring

With the Custom Server Monitoring service now you can include ASCII control characters in the request sent to the monitored server. To include such characters, add in the Request field a backslash and the 3-digit ASCII code of the character - \002,\011, \013, etc.

January 29th, 2005  New Feature - HTTP Referer Option with the Website Monitoring Service

Now the Website Monitoring service allows customers to specify HTTP Referer header in the target configration. The HTTP Referer request header is used by some browsers to inform the HTTP server about the URL of the page from which the URI in the request was obtained. The information sent with this header allows the server to generate lists of back-links to documents for interest, logging, etc. It also allows bad links to be traced for maintenance.

January 15th, 2005  New Monitoring Location in Chicago, Illinois

Today we have deployed our 12th monitoring station located in Chicago, Illinois. The monitoring location is part of the WebSitePulse Global Monitoring Network which already includes 11 monitoring locations around the Globe, and offers the most complete web monitoring services for our clients. Redundant connectivity to the Internet is provided by nLayer, Level3 and UUNET.