Following our latest updates, which, from now on, we’d love to share with you regularly, we’re happy to announce last month’s news. There’s always space for improvements while doing necessary maintenance, so let’s take a look at it.
SSL certificate issuance
It’s great to see you enjoy using our redesigned status pages and we are happy to provide such a service to you!
However, creating so many status pages and custom domains can be challenging. During the last months, the number of status pages increased significantly and we started hitting both rate limits of our Caddy web server and Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates issuer.
Google Analytics for custom domains
Good news! From now on, you can add tracking to your status page if you are using a custom domain. Also, you can change the URL of your logo and send your visitors to your homepage.
You’ll find these settings in your account at UptimeRobot.com under “Status Page” > “Global settings”.
We have also optimized the performance of our status pages by backend improvements and adding weekly/monthly pagination for announcements and updates.
As you probably already know, you can show or hide downtimes grouped by day for a specific monitor in the Announcement feed. The latest downtime will be visible in the header. This won’t hide the events on a details page. If you have the “Show outage updates and the latest downtime” feature disabled, status updates pagination is monthly, otherwise, it’s weekly.
Improvements regarding our infrastructure covered mostly the re-work of our remote nodes and migration of servers that is still in progress.
We already announced in our Tech Updates Newsletter (subscribe from your account’s “My Settings” if you wish to receive them) that a remote-node IP address 220.127.116.11 has been changed to the new IP address: 18.104.22.168
TIP: You can always find the current list of our IP addresses at uptimerobot.com/help/locations/
Fixed weekly maintenance windows
Some users might have experienced some issues with our weekly maintenance windows while the other types were working without issues. We decided to completely re-work it and fixing it for the long term this way. A big thanks to everyone who waited patiently for the fix!
Take a look at the complete walkthrough of the PagerDuty integration. Here’s how it looks on their end:
That’s all folks!
As usual, we’re constantly busy with improving and maintaining UptimeRobot to provide the best monitoring service you deserve. We’ll get back to you with some fresh updates soon! Thank you for being a part of it.