Cron Job heartbeat monitoring
Our Cron job monitoring is a reliable and straightforward method of tracking the health of your scheduled tasks. We utilize a callback URL, also known as a heartbeat or pingback, which is an industry-standard method.
Monitor cron job completions.
When you create a cron job definition in Ping Monk, you’ll be provided with a unique URL for that particular cron job. You can then modify your cron job in your code or on your servers to perform a quick network fetch to that unique URL. If we receive that pingback within the expected timeframe, we know that the cron job was executed correctly. However, if we don’t receive a hit on that unique URL, we know that the cron job hasn’t been executed, and we can immediately alert you. Our Cron job monitoring enables you to monitor all your important cron jobs, receive instant alerts when a cron job fails, or never starts. Setting up the monitoring is quick and straightforward, and it will only take a couple of minutes of your time.
Choose the integrations on which you would like to receive notifications.
Get instant alerts via email, SMS, voice call or through one of many integrations (such as Email, Skype, Telegram, etc.)
Stay notified on the go with our Android/iOS app.
Get instant notifications, manage monitors and check your uptime statistics on the go with our slick mobile app.
Advanced features for advanced users.
Email subscribers on your Status page will receive status updates.
White-labeled Status pages
Add your logo, change the colors, or even link a custom domain.
To identify performance glitches, view your response times in a chart.
Set maintenance windows to stop alarms while executing the required maintenance.
Custom HTTP requests
Do you need to set an advanced HTTP header? You have our back!
To avoid false positives, we verify incidences from several places.
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Use public status pages to raise trust.
Be interactive. Inform the public about your availability and customers about any scheduled or unforeseen disruptions.
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