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Comparison of Cron Monitoring Services (January 2020)

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  1. Monitor cron jobs, micro-services, daemons and almost anything else, no setup required. Easier cron troubleshooting and no more silent failures.

    Ask HN: Who is hiring? (July 2021) about 22 days ago:

    Cronitor | Berkeley, CA | Remote | Full-time | https://cronitor.io At Cronitor, we are building a set of tools to solve the automators dilemma -- the more tasks that you automate, the more time you spend making sure your automations are working correctly. Our customers are in nearly every industry & team size -- from Fortune 500 (Cisco, Johnson & Johnson, AB-InBev) to rapidly growing startups (Chime, Carvana,...
  2. Monitor your cron jobs and scheduled tasks, get notified when they fail.

    freemium $20.0 / Monthly (100 checks, 10 team members)

    What is the best free cloud service for backuping? about 2 days ago:

    I personally backup the other way around, from the cloud to local, and I use rclone with crypt, mount the cloud storage locally and backup with Borg and Borgmatic, and use Healthchecks.io to alert me or failed / missed backups.
  3. Cronhub helps you to easily monitor all your cron jobs in a beautiful dashboard. It alerts you when your cron job doesn't run on time or it fails.

  4. Site24x7 offers both free & paid website monitoring services. Monitor websites remotely and receive instant email/sms alerts if your website becomes unavailable. View uptime & performance graphs of your website monitors.

    paid $10.0 / Monthly (Starter - 10 Websites)

  5. CA

    CronAlarm

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  6. PushMon is a new kind of cloud-based monitoring system.

  7. Monitor Cron Jobs and Windows Scheduled Tasks with ease.

    Suggestions for automatic self-hosted database backups? about about 1 month ago:

    As a note, googling a bit I found a 3rd party service that can help with keeping track of failed backups: https://deadmanssnitch.com (I actually searched for "dead men's switch" and it worked).