Cachet - status page system
d19dotca last edited by
@girish - Definitely lots of alternatives. I think the more common ones to Cachet is StatPing, Staytus (although apparently it's discontinued but not too old), a newer one called Statusfy, list goes on. I'm going to try to package together one someday as well as a custom app and see how it goes.
ruihildt last edited by
Actually, I think we should wait for the 2.4 release - https://github.com/CachetHQ/Cachet/issues/3968 . If there is another status page system, we can look into packaging that.
After a quick research, I found the following: https://github.com/bazzite/statusfy
No idea if this fits the bill though.
Hillside502 last edited by
Open Source Self-Hosted Cachet Alternatives
Staytus would be amazing to have.
@girish Would you be able to push an unstable release of Staytus or CachetHQ by now?
@Trankery From what I can tell, staytus hasn't been developed in a while (last commit almost a year ago). CachetHQ is active but hasn't release in a while as well (https://github.com/CachetHQ/Cachet/issues/3968). I am waiting for some upstream response before publishing it because don't want people using apps that are not actively maintained.
fbartels last edited by
I think the more common ones to Cachet is StatPing, ..
I played around with statping today. What intrigues me about it (apart from it being written in golang) is the ability to use custom webhooks and even own scripts for notifications.
App is located at https://git.cloudron.io/fbartels/statping-app/, but surely can use some more polish. But it is generally in an "it works" state.
fbartels last edited by
Made another basic app based on https://monitoror.com/.
Monitoror is a quite passive status page meant to be displayed on a large screen, so does not offer any way to interact with it.
monitoror has this one downside to me that you cannot pass a default configuration but always need to specify the configuration through the url. this makes monitoror very flexible since one installation can serve a practically unlimited amount of dashboards, but you also always need to know the name of your configuration.
Monitoror can work together with statping since it can parse and show data from the json status of statping.
apart from that statping seems to have some bugs that make it a bit difficult. like for whatever reason I cannot use local assets, but must use their cnd. i have mixed feelings about the android app and the auto configuration through the qr code did not work for me (did not fill api secret). but still everything else looks to be less simple, but flexible.
Is anyone able to provide a cloudron based copy of staytus.co?
Or is there already one?
If so, it would be really nice to have someone explain how to install it using the cli.
Just a heads up, we've released statping as unstable for now. The forum section is at https://forum.cloudron.io/category/92/statping