Website Monitor Features
Website Monitor Control Panel
The control panel allows you to modify the settings of the monitor while it is running.
Test Interval, Alarm Thresholds, and Timeout
The test interval, which determines how frequently your website is tested, can be set between 1 and 99 minutes. The alarm and warning thresholds are the maximum amount of time in seconds which a web page can take to load befor the monitor raises an alarm. The timeout specifies how long the monitor should wait for a web page to return before attempting the test again.
Alarms & Alerts
The website monitor can be configured to generate an audible alarm in the event of a site outage. Alerts can also be generated and set to mobile phones and email accounts. Alerts can be sent to five different recipients, each with a configurable threshold outage time.
Records the average response time for the most recent thirty tests, and also the high and low timings since the monitoring began. A list of all website outages are recorder with their start and end timings.
Writes the response times of all the tests to a database or file.  This allows you to analyse, or graph the performance of your website over a period of time giving you a clearer picture of its overall performance.
In the event of a website outage or slow performance, and audible alarm will sound.  If the outage continues for a long period you can silence the alarm by hitting the reset button.  You can also request ab audible 'ping' when the website performance returns to normal.
Response Time Chart
A visual representation of the website performance for the most recent thirty tests.