Feb 19, 2018, Gökhan Sarı
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.