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Your website is your business as long as customers can reach it. Even if your website is up 99% of the time, this translates into over 7 hours per month where your customers cannot reach you.

NETalyzer.com helps you eliminate downtime by providing free remote monitoring services for your website. When your website goes down, we notify you instantly via email so that you may fix problems before they cost your e-business money, customers or reputation. In addition, our service provides detailed statistics about your website's availability and response times so that you can track how often your site is down.

Our Multi-Check technology allows us to monitor your website from diverse geographic regions to ensure that your website is accessible from multiple Internet points. Each monitoring location, operating independently and time-synchronized, tests your website and reports the results to a central database. Before alerting you of a problem, our software verifies the error with multiple stations. Therefore, you are notified about problems that you have control over and not about isolated Internet outages.

Free account features:

    Free account activation, no costs involved.
    Ability to monitor web servers, email servers and FTP servers.
    Monitoring intervals of 30 or 60 minutes.
    No software to install or maintain.
    Monitoring from multiple locations eliminates false alarms.
    Access alert reports and statistics for your website online.
    Uptime reports include average response time by Year, Month and  Day.
    Publicly viewable statistics summary.

If you need additional monitoring features, NETalyzer.com now offers two Premium monitoring services starting at $5.00 per month. For a comparison of the features available with our free and Premium accounts, please click here.

Premium features include:

  • Ability to monitor custom server ports
  • Ability to monitor SSL servers
  • Ability to recieve SMS Alerts
  • Ability to set custom time zones
  • Ability to monitor using Ping
  • Multiple alert contacts
  • 2, 5, and 15 minute monitoring intervals