An easy to use Status Page for your websites and applications. Statup will automatically fetch the application and render a beautiful status page with tons of features for you to build an even better status page. This Status Page generator allows you to use MySQL, Postgres, or SQLite on multiple operating systems.
A Future-Proof Status Page
Statup strives to remain future-proof and remain intact if a failure is created. Your Statup service should not be running on the same instance you’re trying to monitor. If your server crashes your Status Page should still remaining online to notify your users of downtime. Statup is a very lightweight application and is available for Linux, Mac, and Windows. The Docker image is only ~16Mb so you know that this application won’t be filling up your hard drive space. The Status binary for all other OS’s is ~17Mb at most.
Statup will allow you to completely customize your Status Page using SASS styling with easy to use variables. The Docker image actually contains a prebuilt SASS binary so you won’t even need to setup anything! Whether you’re a Docker fan-boy or a AWS EC2 master, Statup gives you multiple options to simply get running. Our Amazon AMI image is only 8Gb and will automatically update to the most stable version of Statup. Running on an EC2 server might be the most cost effective way to host your own Statup Status Page. The server runs on the smallest EC2 instance (t2.nano) AWS has to offer, which only costs around $4.60 USD a month for your dedicated Status Page. Want to run it on your own Docker server? Awesome! Statup has multiple docker-compose.yml files to work with. Statup can automatically create a SSL Certification for your status page.
Statup also includes email notification via SMTP and Slack integration using Incoming Webhook. Insert the webhook URL into the Settings page in Statup and enable the Slack integration. Anytime a service fails, you’re channel that you specified on Slack will receive a message.