Redundant Monitoring doesn’t use just one server when you want us to monitor your site, we use multiple servers, cutting ISP and Hosting Services variability. Redundant Server Monitoring means no false alerts.

Why Do I Need Multiple Website Monitoring Servers?

The simple answer is redundancy. When Are We Online‘s website monitoring and server monitoring service tracks a delayed load time, lengthy response time, or poor performance on your server, it could be a latency issue caused by your ISP or network provider in that specific region. Redundant Server Monitoring means that we can essentially remove the variability of location in reporting server downtime. Providing multiple website monitoring servers means that we can deliver the highest quality, most accurate website monitoringand server monitoring service available.

How Do Multiple Servers Help Improve Website Monitoring?

As explained above, our model is relatively simple – but dependent on many moving parts. Internet and Network Providers often face service problems in different geolocation regions. Our initial web monitoring check starts from our South Florida based servers. South Florida connects multiple network backbones, resulting in some of the fastest web access nationally. If for some reason, we slow web server response time or web server errors, before we send out a false alarm, our primary server will fire off our other servers across the country.

Our other servers will fire off the same website response timeweb server performanceFTP & email server monitoring processes. Together, we can determine if your website is down without a shadow of a doubt. At Are We Online, quality web monitoring service is our #1 priority. We don’t want you to miss a customer because of website downtime, but we also don’t want to report false alarms.

My Website Is “Blacklisted”. What Do I Do Now?

Once Are We Online alerts you that your web site is “blacklisted”, start by reviewing which pages are causing the spam or malware flags. Remove the unecessary content, or repair any damage to your database, and verify that the infected files have been cleaned. Once, you have verified your website’s content isn’t spam or malware, submit a review to the website blacklist index that blacklisted your website.

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