What is Fyipe?
It monitors your website, dashboards, API's, and more and alerts your team when downtime happens. We also give you a Status Page which keeps your customers looped in and improves transparency.
Fyipe is a tool in the Monitoring Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses Fyipe?
6 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Fyipe.
Pros of Fyipe
Great Product, and very easy to setup
Solves downtime problems without a struggle.
Easy to setup status page
Provides access to monitor services, alert services
It's a life saver for my IT team
- Status Page
- On Call
- Hosted Status Page
- Pager Duty
- On Call Scheduling
- Call and SMS Alerts
- Email Alerts
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