We have an unexpected network configuration change so the server is down at the moment. We are in the process of getting it up and running again. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Optimized thread count. Yahoo! and Google Talk login retry logic. Support HEAD ping requests. tooRecent error now returns a HTTP 403. Minor changes to chart peaks. Minor content changes. Added system administration tools.
Ping History and Charts in user TimeZone. Added tooRecent message on URL ping. The smallest interval you can ping your PushMon URL is every 60 seconds.
Ping History and Charts in GMT. We will convert this to user timezone on next release. Feedback & Support Tab in Webapp.
We have released version 1.1 of PushMon. Credits Support Phone Validation Yahoo! Messenger Logout Fix Not Following @PushMonApp User Notification Midnight Support for No By Clause Schedules Email Retry One thing we are still working on is Phone Validation, which we are planning to move server-side.
Seymour, Connecticut (June 14, 2012) – PushMon.com, the first cloud-based monitoring application for scripts, jobs, apps and batches has been publicly released. It was developed to fill the need for an easy to use but powerful, push monitoring system which makes sure that websites, applications, scripts, tests and background jobs are running properly and on schedule. PushMon helps Information Technology … Read More
We just got a bug report that the schedule “every weekday” doesn’t act as what one expects. It checks for “pings” at the start of the day, from Monday to Friday. It should instead check for “pings” at the end of the day. Other schedules also have this issue. We are now working on fixing this issue and the fix … Read More
We are now in private beta testing. If you would like to try PushMon, just visit https://www.pushmon.com and enter your email address. We will send invite codes as they become available. We are scheduled to go live on June 14, 2012. Thanks to the PushMon team for all the hard work!
Welcome to PushMon! We are working hard for our first release. We want to help our users make sure their systems are running smoothly. If you have any comments and suggestions, feel free to let us know.