Support for Multiple Public Status Pages

Our public status report is a critical part of keeping your customers informed of your site and service status—which after all is one of the points of monitoring. Our status pages are customizable to your company, and support a custom domain so you can display your status at, or whatever is most applicable to your business.

We have had a public status page as one of our key features for some time.  Now, we’re adding support for multiple status pages on one account. For instance, NodePing has a status report page for our websites at, and one specifically for our probe servers at  Business and Provider accounts can optionally set up an SSL cert for their status pages (contact support for info how).

To create a new status report, just log into your account , and go to the “Account Settings” tab, then the “Reporting” subtab. Click “Add new status report” and add as many checks as you want to your new status report.  

We hope you will find this feature just as useful as we do.  We also have several more enhancements for public status pages coming soon.  Let us know what you think at, by posting comments here, or by using our Contact Page.

Public Status Pages

One of the frequent requests we get is for a public status page that lists the status of several server monitoring checks in one place. There is a lot to this particular feature, but we’re pleased to announce that the first version of this feature is now available on NodePing.

NodePing Status ReportThe status report allows you to select any of your active checks for listing on the status page. Any number of checks can be included. Just go in to the Reporting tab under Account Settings and select the checks you want to have displayed. The tab also shows the URL for your status report page.

The report has a “title” field, which is displayed at the top of the page. This field supports HTML, so you can add tags to style the look of the top of the page. That includes using an img tag to show your logo or other branding type information at the top of the page. For examples, you can look at and Script tags and other cross site scripting will be filtered. Provider accounts have additional control over the look of the page using the site branding features.

We didn’t want to just start publishing information without allowing people to opt-in to this featuer, so by default this report is not enabled. Enabling it is just a few clicks.

There are a number of additional features that we plan to add to this report, including more customization, links to individual check result pages, and custom URLs. In the meantime, feedback and suggestions are always welcome at

New Uptime Reporting

Recently we have been working on some of our reports. As a part of that process, we are releasing a new uptime report. The report allows you to see uptime statistics for an individual monitor grouped by days or months. This allows you to get accurate reporting for any check for any given month for which data is in our database.

You can set arbitrary date ranges for the report. This report is publicly available if you have public reporting turned on for the check. As with our other reports, it is available in a web page, as JSON, or CSV format. The report is described in more detail in our report documentation.

The same uptime data is also available through the API.

We will be adding additional views of this data in the near future.