Heroku was down for a little while today. I saw the status report and for some reason actually clicked through to the web page. I don’t actually use Heroku, so it doesn’t impact me directly, but I’m always curious.
I really like the Heroku status and incident report site. The site elegantly displays the last 30 days of status for the Heroku platform--complete with real-time notifications via email, SMS, Twitter, RSS and API.
|Alerts, Heroku, Notifications, Pusher, status|
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