Updated on December 30, 2023
December 30, 2023

Infrastructure monitoring, interactive Slack alerts and more

It's the last changelog of the year 2023! We're proud to introduce the infrastructure monitoring beta to the public! After testing for some time with an invite-only preview, we're so happy to finally open it up.

What's next? Well, we're working on a completely new alerting system that's more flexible and will support escalation policies.

Infrastructure monitoring

Infrastructure monitoring, host monitoring, server monitoring... it's whatever you want to call it! We went for infrastructure monitoring since monitoring hosts (a host can be a server) isn't where we're stopping.

With infrastructure monitoring, you can easily install our own agent (which is open-source!) on your system and you're ready to go. You will be able to monitor detailed metrics on the load average, CPU, memory, swap, disk usage, network, and much more. In detail. And more metrics are coming soon.

An example list item of a host in infrastructure monitoring, showing the name, OS, CPU cores and frequency, load and when it was last seen.

A small screenshot of network metrics of a host in infrastructure monitoring.

What's new?

  • Beta: Infrastructure monitoring
  • Implemented a referral program (here!)
  • Added interactive Slack notifications, acknowledge and receive more details directly in Slack - including screenshots!
  • A new timeline design for incidents.


  • Migrated our database to a managed Postgres cluster which introduced noticeable performance improvements.
  • Status page AI has been vastly improved, it's faster, more accurate and more stable.
  • Postmortem AI has been improved, it's faster, more accurate and more stable.
  • Incident AI has been improved, it's faster, more accurate and more stable.
  • Domain monitoring has been updated and is more stable.
  • Performance monitoring notifications have been improved.
  • Improved two-factor authentication screen.

Other changes

  • Fixed SSL notifications being sent out too frequently.
  • Screenshots have been disabled on the free plan and are available from Solo or higher plans.
  • We moved from Crisp to Intercom for support.