What Page Speed Locations Do You Have

 We are present in: Sidney, Australia Toronto, Canada Frankfurt, Germany Bangalore, India Amsterdam, The Netherlands Singapore, Singapore London, United Kingdom New Jersey, USA You can find details of all the IPs for our test locations here.

Missing data on domains

Some monitored domains can miss some data such as expiration dates or contact data. Unfortunately, some registrars do not provide some of this data causing it to appear as missing. Sometimes we’re able to take an estimated guess like the expiration date if the registration date is known. If neither […]

Get alerted for domain hijacking

Domain hijacking is where an unauthorized person is able to gain control over your domain. The most common cause of hijacking is caused by weak security. Most often, a hijacked domain will suddenly point to a different website. You can monitor for this by using record triggers. They check on an […]

How does Domain Monitoring work?

Domains can be a complex, we try to make this as simple to use for you. Domains exist of several parts. There’s the WHOIS data, the subdomains and the records. A quick explanation of each below. WHOIS Data The WHOIS data contains the identifying information of the domain. This information […]

How often are domains checked?

There are several systems that make up Domain Monitoring. As such, components are checked at different intervals. Below is an overview of the most important checks. Domain Information Also known as the WHOIS information. This includes things like registration and expiration dates, main nameserver, registrar and contact details. This information […]

Using the Microsoft Teams integration

Notifications from StatusCake to Microsoft Teams Inside Microsoft Teams: Inside the Teams client, click on the 3 dots next to the team you wish to get notifications in. In the menu that popped up, click on “Connectors” In the connectors popup, search for “Incoming Webhook” and click “Add” Give it […]

How do I select my private server

Private servers allow your tests to run without having interference from other tests. This is especially handy for critical services. If access to a private server was provided to you, this is how you configure your tests to use them. Step 1 – Create or edit a test If you haven’t […]

How to use Maintenance Windows

Maintenance windows give you the ability to schedule a downtime so you will not receive any alerts. Very useful during reboots and server maintenance. This way, you can work away without triggering any alerts. This feature is not available on the free plan. How do I schedule a maintenance window? Scheduling […]

How do I Bulk Update tests?

Bulk update allows you to update certain options on many of your tests at once. What can I filter on? Right now, you can filter on the following fields: Test name, tags, checkrate, alert delay rate, confirmation servers, timeout, type, locations and contact groups. You can use multiple filters at once. […]

Enabling Domain Expiration Monitoring

Domains expire, and if you’re not keeping track of that, you might lose them. While most domain providers have their own alerts, having a third party watching over it adds extra security to make sure you know when it expires. How does this work? Registrars provide public information on each […]