The easiest way to create a hosted, branded status page
Today we’re happy to announce that we’ve added a new option to component statuses, the “Maintenance” state.
When StatusPage.io first started out, internal communication was simple. Steve could talk to Scott. Scott could talk to Steve. They were both working on launching the company. They both have a web development background. They’re related. For the most part, they knew how to talk to each other. But companies grow. At least that’s the plan. And with almost no exception, communication gets harder. Now that StatusPage.io is at 11 people (and growing), communication is trickier.
Y Combinator-backed StatusPage is in the fortunate position of having paying customers like Jawbone, Shopify, New Relic, Parse, Ping Identity and Zendesk, ahead of today’s official debut. The startup, as you may have guessed, offers a hosted status page for any company with a website, service or application. It’s the kind of thing many businesses want to offer their customers, but often don’t have the time or resources to build themselves.