StatusGator vs stts: What are the differences?
Developers describe StatusGator as "Instant status overview of all the services you depend on including Heroku, Slack, Stripe, New Relic and 50 others". StatusGator monitors the published service status of more than 100 cloud services. On the other hand, stts is detailed as "Open source macOS app for monitoring the status of cloud services (AWS, Heroku, Twilio, etc)". With a click of the menubar icon, you can see the status of your favorite services. You can also be notified when a service goes down or gets restored. stts is designed to be unobtrusive, only giving you the information you need and allowing you to access the status page with a single click.
StatusGator and stts belong to "Cloud Monitoring" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by StatusGator are:
- Consult your dashboard before spending hours debugging problems
- Enable notifications and be alerted when services report issues
- Simple, 3 minute setup. Just choose the services you use. That's it
On the other hand, stts provides the following key features:
- Amazon Web Services (AWS)
stts is an open source tool with 197 GitHub stars and 25 GitHub forks. Here's a link to stts's open source repository on GitHub.