1. StatusPage.io is the best way for web infrastructure, developer API, and SaaS companies to get set up with their very own status page in minutes. Integrate public metrics and allow your customers to subscribe to be updated automatically.

  2. Stashboard is a status dashboard for APIs and software services.

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  4. A simple self-hosted status page site with an API written in Django under the BSD license.

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  7. exana is status page software, mail hosting and more.

  8. Status.io is a platform for system status pages and status notifications. Companies rely on Status.io to track outages, schedule planned maintenances, broadcast status notifications, and much more; and their customers love the transparency.

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  9. Status page, monitoring and on-call made simple.

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  11. Serverless status page system which enables you to build a status page with minimum effort and cost!

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