My name is Robert and I’m a software engineer from Vancouver BC. I’ve been reading this forum for about a year and this is my first introductory post.
I’m in the industry for about 10 years during which I was always working for big corporations. In Amazon building new AWS services. In Microsoft creating software for teachers and students used in the classroom. In Red Hat developing automated tests for Java enterprise platforms.
A few months ago I’ve decided to challenge myself and create something completely on my own. And today I would like to introduce my project Monitoria - https://monitoria.ca/
Monitoria is an active monitoring service for websites or basically any HTTP(S) endpoints. It will periodically send HTTP requests to the selected URL and when it starts receiving errors, it will send you a notification. This way you will know immediately when your website is down.
So far it is a very simple service, but it’s fully functional.
Please check it out and let me know if you have any questions. I would be happy to hear any comments or ideas for improvement.
Even better, if you think about any feature that may be useful for you, let me know and I can build it.
Thank you very much!