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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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July 13th, 2011  Notification of IP Change (Houston, TX)

Please be advised that starting at 8PM CDT on July 23rd, 2011 we will be migrating our server in Houston, TX to a new datacenter in Dallas. We expect the migration to conclude on July 24th, 2011 at 8AM CDT and until the server is back online all tests assigned to this location will be performed by our monitoring location in St. Louis, MO (206.196.98.80). Additionally the IP of our server will be changed from 66.216.126.30 to 72.32.122.236.

We expect no service interruptions but in case you need to add the new IPs to your firewall or log-analyzing software, please do so before the announced day and time. Please disregard this message in case the aforementioned location is not used for monitoring the targets in your WebSitePulse account or if you are not filtering the traffic to your servers

March 11th, 2011  Japan Earthquake

A massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake hit the Pacific Ocean nearby Northeastern Japan at around 2:46pm on March 11 (JST) causing damage with blackouts, fire and tsunami. There are still aftershocks and a tsunami alert has been triggered for over 20 countries all around the Pacific. Except for a few minor network glitches all WebSitePulse monitoring locations in the region including the one in Tokyo are operating as usual. Nevertheless we are closely monitoring the situation and our system engineers are on stand by to prevent any service interruptions. We send our deepest condolences to the people affected by this tragedy and hope for the best.