Make sure background tasks are running as they should.

You send a HTTP request when the cron job runs. Pulse listens to incoming requests and sends you an alert when your cron job doesn't check in. It is that easy.

But there is more that can be done by Pulse. Keep reading.

Make sure background tasks are running as they should.

Pulse works just like a heart rate monitor, only more clever

Get your unique URL to send heartbeats.

Send an HTTP request to this URL when your periodic task ends. You can set a pulse for jobs running with intervals of 1 minute to 1 month.

Get a notification when a request does not arrive within the expected interval.

Pulse works just like a heart rate monitor, only more clever

More than just heartbeat monitoring

In addition to heartbeats, you send critical parameters to track with Pulse.

Send parameters via post/get HTTP requests and let Pulse check for the rules you set. Make sure you have periodic beats with the correct specification.

More than just heartbeat monitoring

Discover what you can monitor with Pulse

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Keep an eye on cron jobs

You can monitor cron jobs with Pulse with a one-line change in your cron script.

Just add a line that sends a request to the Pulse's URL at the end of your cron and WebGazer will alert you if your cron job fails.