Welcome to Statusy: An Open Source Status Page Aggregator

Unified Incident Management Enhanced by Automation

Statusy originated from a Hackathon at Squadcast, inspired by the need to improve trackability of the many tools we use. Yash Jain, our development engineer, championed this idea, turning it into a passion project. He dedicated his weekends to creating a platform purpose-built to improve efficiency, offering a unified view of status pages to keep teams informed about potential disruptions. Since its development, Statusy has become a key component of our essential incident response workflows at Squadcast, letting us save time while getting all our required updates.

Why Statusy Exists

Simply put, Statusy was born out of our need to scratch our own itch! We sought to streamline service monitoring by centralizing data from various status pages, thereby eliminating the need for individual and manual status checks. With Statusy, we aim to empower teams with immediate alerts and notifications, fostering a proactive stance towards any service disruptions or issues. 



Key Features of Statusy

  • Centralized Dashboard: View the status of all monitored SaaS tools at a glance.
  • Making Service Monitoring Easy: Offers a unified hub for monitoring and dispatching notifications by integrating with your primary alerting tools.
  • Comprehensive Support: Includes support for popular services like Plivo and Twilio, with ongoing expansion to include more.
  • Quick Setup: Easily set up Statusy using Docker Compose, simplifying your start process.
  • Lightweight and Efficient: A single binary application with minimal dependencies ensures easy deployment and maintenance.
  • Flexible Notifications: Customize how you receive alerts, with options including Squadcast, PagerDuty, Slack, Microsoft Teams, Discord, and more.

Give Statusy A Go

Set up your own all-in-one status page aggregator in minutes with Statusy. Simplify, centralize, and stay informed.
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