Semonto's uptime reports tell you exactly what went wrong with your website or server and how long each problem lasted. The monthly overview and events log help you identify structural problems that need fixing.
When a website or server is failing, you have a lot of questions. What happened and why? Is it a one-time problem or did it occur multiple times? All this information and more can be found in Semonto's uptime report. With one click, you get the answer to your questions in a clear and user-friendly overview. And if nothing happened: even better! Then you can use the uptime report to prove your reliability.
If you don't measure anything, you cannot improve. So it all starts by knowing your current situation. Your uptime report tells you objectively how long your services have been available without interruption. It is generally expressed in a monthly percentage. Your uptime score is the best way to know how you compare to the competition and if your website is performing the way it should.
If you are hosting or managing a website for a customer, you need to be able to prove to them objectively that it is consistently available without interruptions. Semonto will give you this information in an objective report that you can show to your customers.
The only way to improve the uptime of your website or webshop is to know when problems occur, how often and what causes them. Our uptime report is the best starting point for improving the availability of your services.
See which tests failed and why. Get details and error messages for each incident.
See the exact month, day, hour and even minute on which each incident occurred.
Was it a one-time issue, or are you dealing with a structural problem?
See how long a problem persisted to understand the impact it had on your business.
Our calendar gives you an easy overview of your performance on a monthly basis and shows in one glance on which days errors occurred.
Remember that server issue you had six months ago? Neither do we, but with our logbooks, you can dig up a clear history of all events of a particular server at all times.
Click on any incident to learn more about it. Get the exact error message, timing and duration of the problem.