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What is Monitoring.Zone?

It is possible to monitor the performance of various applications using a monitoring zone app. This app allows users to set up customized monitoring zones for different applications and track their performance in real-time. By monitoring the app's behavior, users can identify potential issues and take action before they escalate into major problems. The app can also provide alerts and notifications when a particular application is not performing as expected. Overall, using a monitoring zone app can help businesses improve the reliability and stability of their applications and provide a better experience for their users.

Key Features

Key features of are listed below

Uptime Monitoring

Uptime monitoring is a process of checking the availability and performance of a server by pinging it at regular intervals. If a server fails to respond or its response time exceeds a set threshold, the system triggers an alert to notify the server administrators.

Webpage Monitoring is a powerful app that monitors webpages for changes in their status codes. It compares the status code of a webpage with a configured value, and alerts you if there are any discrepancies.

API Monitoring is an app that monitors APIs by comparing their status codes to a configured value. It provides real-time notifications for any discrepancies, enabling users to quickly identify and address potential issues with their APIs.
All Features


Some screenshots of Monitoring Zone

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