Updating and maintaining websites
If you’re backing your site up regularly, you can at least roll back to a recent update, avoiding as much downtime as possible.
Updates are important, but what happens if something goes wrong?
Uptime monitoring involves seeing how long your site stays up along with total periods of downtime.
A site going down is a red flag that something’s wrong, with the exception of planned downtime during low traffic periods.
It could mean the site’s been hacked or has a virus.
It could indicate a problem with your host or server. Keeping track of uptime helps you keep your site online as much as possible while catching potential problems early.