Hund vs Stashboard: What are the differences?
Hund: Automated Status Pages with Monitoring. Monitor services and keep your audience informed of status changes with an automated hosted status page; Stashboard: An open-source status dashboard running on App Engine. Stashboard is a status dashboard for APIs and software services. It's similar to the Amazon AWS Status Page or the Google Apps Status Page. Stashboard was originally written by Twilio to provide status information on its Voice and SMS APIs. Stashboard is designed to provide a generic status dashboard for any hosted service or API. The code can be downloaded, customized, and run on any Google App Engine account.
Hund and Stashboard belong to "Status Page Hosting" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by Hund are:
- Native monitoring service supporting IPv6 with checks for UDP, TCP, HTTP/S, ICMP, and DNS
- Integrations for both infrastructure monitoring and audience notifications
- Automatically create status issues when or before the problem occurs
On the other hand, Stashboard provides the following key features:
- Track multiple different API or SaaS services
- Set custom status messages and icons such as Up/Down
- Show historical status for each service
Stashboard is an open source tool with 1.59K GitHub stars and 299 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Stashboard's open source repository on GitHub.