What is Cronitor?
Monitoring systems are often complex and require a strong sysadmin background to properly configure and maintain. Cronitor replaces all this with a simple service that anyone can set up. Receive email/sms notifications if your jobs don't run, run too slow, or finish too quickly.
Cronitor is a tool in the Monitoring Aggregation category of a tech stack.
Who uses Cronitor?
6 companies reportedly use Cronitor in their tech stacks, including DNSFilter, Hazeorid, and Betaout.
5 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Cronitor.
- Constant Monitoring - Our monitoring and alerting system is robust, so yours doesn't have to be. Get alerts the minute something goes wrong with your scheduled job. Integrates Anywhere - Tracking is just an http request. Add it to your bash, python, php, java scripts etc.
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