Aug 01, 2018, Defne Nur Ayyildiz
How I got my job in WebGazer on the day I learned that it existed
Yes, you heard it right. They both happened on the same day. I had no idea about WebGazer a few months ago, and now I am a part of it! It…
Jul 28, 2018, Altan Akdogan
Creating the company culture
It is easy to communicate when you are only two. That was us when starting off WebGazer. The easiest way to decide on an issue was to…
Jun 09, 2018, J. Pablo Fernández
Using WebGazer as a dashboard
Do you ever wake up covered in cold sweat wondering if the WebGazer email alerts are being deleted as spam by your email client? No? Well... me neither! Of course!
Mar 23, 2018, Gökhan Sarı
How we migrated our infrastructure to "serverless"
I've told about why we started to explore serverless in my previous post. And this one will be about what we did and how it went so far.
Feb 19, 2018, Gökhan Sarı
A little bit about the vision of the WebGazer
To start with, idea of WebGazer came into existence from self-need. Maintaining multiple websites on different servers and not knowing the state of every one were problematic, especially when one of the websites somehow goes down and you learn it from the customer you maintain the website for or the user who shouldn't even notice the glitch in the first place. There were services addressing (or at least trying to) this issue; however, some couldn't quite cut it and good ones were enterprise-ish expensive. This is how the idea of WebGazer blossomed in 2015.
Dec 08, 2017, Altan Akdoğan
Why is uptime monitoring important for your business?
You have an online business and should you not meet the term uptime monitoring and embrace the importance of it, we are here. Uptime monitoring is basically a check for your online services to make sure that they are accessible to your customers and users. It helps you to be aware of any downtime with swift notifications via different means of communication from e-mail to integrated tools.