10 Best Status.io Alternatives in 2024

Jenda Tovarys
Updated on January 10, 2024

Statusio dash
Status.io offers a hosted system status pages system. They are fully customizable, with incident tracking, and subscriber notifications. Using Status.io you can inform on Incidents and Planned Maintenance, send Subscriber Notifications, Track Metrics, or create Private Status Pages. Status.io is hosted across multiple locations, including North America, Western Europe, and Australia.

It is a fully-fledged Status pages manager, but that comes for a price. Status.io starts at $79/month and can grow all the way to $999/month. They do not offer a free plan. Each plan includes One Public Status Page, a Custom Domain, Secure TLS/SSL Subdomain, Incident and Maintenance Templates, Developer and Public Status API, and more.


  • A complete and professional status pages manager


  • Very Expensive

The Best Status.io alternatives in 2023

Status.io is a complete Status pages manager, but that comes for a price. Status.io is quite expensive and there are a lot of alternatives, offering lot more features, much cheaper, and sometimes even for free.

1. Better Stack

Uptime Dash

Better Stack replaces the need for multiple tools integrated with Status.io with just one, and for less money. Customizable, secure, status pages on your own subdomain are available from $24/month and on top of that, you get an Uptime Monitoring solution with Incident Management built-in. Apart from fund efficiency, using just Better Stack removes weak spots caused by the need for integration of various products together. All of the data visualized on your Status Page will come directly from within Better Stack and in case of an outage, you will be notified instantaneously on your favorite platforms.

Better Stack's embeddable system status notice is also worth mentioning because you can use it to communicate any incidents directly on the website without the need to redirect visitors elsewhere.

Better Stack offers HTTP(s) keyword checks, multi-step verification, heartbeat, SSL, Ping, and Port monitoring, and many more features. Each error is documented with a screenshot and a second-by-second timeline. Better Stack checks on your website every 30 seconds from multiple locations, ensuring that you won't encounter any more false alarms or location-related issues. It supports plenty of integrations, including Datadog, New Relic, Grafana, Prometheus, Splunk On-Call, Zabbix, AWS Cloudwatch, GCP, and Azure.

You can use its reporting and analytics capabilities to overview historical uptime, verify SLA, and better understand incidents in context using incident cause synthesis. In case of any accidents, your system will not be overwhelmed thanks to smart incident merging, and on-call calendar & scheduling will ensure an immediate response. Alerts are handled by Slack, MS Teams, Phone calls, SMS, Push notifications, Zapier, and Webhooks.

Better Stack offers status pages even in the free subscription plan.

Main Benefits of Better Stack:

  • 30 seconds - 3 minutes monitoring frequency
  • Incident management built-in
  • Possible integration with Better Stack Logs, a Log monitoring, and Analysis solution

2. Instatus

Instatus statuspage
Instatus offers a well-designed status pages solution that is priced by the features, not growth. Using Instatus you can send updates from your email, use your own language translation, benefit from custom HTML, JavaScript, and CSS, add google analytics, manipulate data formats or Embed a status widget. Your users can subscribe via multiple channels and they can also choose to subscribe only to a certain part of your status page.

Their Pricing offers a free subscription plan a Pro and Business Plan. However, the real functionality unlocks in the Pro subscription for $300/month, where you can have up to 3 custom status pages.

Starter, the free package offers the status page fundamentals, however does not allow you to deploy your status page on a custom sub-domain. The rest of the features include custom JavaScript and CSS, countless subscription options such as RSS, Webhooks, or RSS. PRO plan starts at $20/month and offers the option to deploy your status page on a custom domain.

Main Benefits of Instatus:

  • Pricing Model
  • Translation Options

3. Atlassian Statuspage

Atlassian Statuspage Web
Statuspage made by Atlassian is the leading player on the status page market. Statuspage's free plan offers 100 subscribers, two team members, email & Slack notifications, and limited access to their API.

The main limitation of the free plan is that it doesn't offer the ability to host it on a custom domain. For such functionality, the hobby plan starting at $29/month is necessary. However, this plan also has severe limitations when it comes to frontend customization you can't change CSS and HTML. With Statuspage, this is only possible at the business plan that comes at a staggering $399/month.

Overall, Statuspage provides a great tool but with a very high price tag. Considering other free, paid, and open source alternatives, it is up to the consideration of each team to justify whether it's worth it.

Main benefits of Statuspage:

  • An established tool made for enterprise

3. Upptime

Upptime web
Upptime is a GitHub-powered status page manager. Status websites are powered by GitHub Pages. It shows your live status, incident history, and response time graphs. Your Status Page shows data in real-time since it uses GitHub API to fetch data. Status pages offer customizability such as custom logo, text, and more.

Once a day Upptime generates graphs of the site's response times. With this, you can easily see and broadcast your long-term performance. Moreover, the Upptime website also offers some customization options. Those include the option to change logo, copy, graphs, and more.

You can also use Upptime for website monitoring. Upptime uses GitHub actions, which allows a minimum interval of 5 minutes, which explains its monitoring frequency. Apart from uptime, it also measures the response time and commits it to git history. Using all this data Upptime can generate graphs and long-term performance overviews of your website and publish them on a status page. In case of any downtime, Upptime automatically opens a new issue in your GitHub repo. You can edit this repo and add additional information about the outage including the root-cause analysis. You can also set up notifications using integrations with services like Slack, or Telegram.

Upptime is available on GitHub under the MIT License, it has more than 9.2k stars.

Main Benefits of Upptime:

  • Popular open-source Status Pages and Website monitoring solution
  • Based on reliable GitHub features

4. Cachet

Cachet web
Cachet allows you to better communicate downtime and outages to your customers, teams, and shareholders.

Cachet is built using Bootstrap 3 and delivers responsive status pages that work well on any device. Normally, Cachet is an open-source status page system, however, you can request a professional installation service that starts at around $249.

Cachet is really well designed and responsive and available in over ten languages. Offers a JSON API and scheduled maintenance windows. Using the API you can also visualize setup various metrics ranging from serious ones such as uptime all the way to easter eggs-ish such as Cups of coffee drank today.

Main benefits of Cachet:

  • Open-source model offering a professional setup aid
  • Smooth design and backend, thanks to Bootstrap
  • Well written documentation and a strong community

5. Statping

Statping offers slightly more features in their dashboard compared to Cachet or Upptime. Its main benefit is that it offers status announcements, which come in different color schemes to quickly inform users of the current situation. The 3 main announcements are downtime, update, and resolved messages.

When it comes to visual design, Statping takes the lead thanks to dedicated charts for each site monitored. These charts include average response time, uptime, and a time picker to allow for detailed exploration of the historical data.

However, the main benefit of Statping is the notifiers, which are built-in. These include Slack, Discord, Telegram, Webhooks, and email.

For those that don't want to host and maintain their own Statping status page, there is a hosted option as well, which starts at $6/month.

Main benefits of Statping:

  • Notification options integrated
  • Option to go for a hosted version as well

6. Statusfy

Statusfy web
This open-source solution is great, especially when you are looking for advanced announcement options. Compared to other tools on this list, Statustify offers tagging, timestamps, categorization, and timelines, of different incident and status update announcements. This comes in handy when you need to communicate with your users and want to use the status page as the main way to do so.

On the other hand, Statustify doesn't have charts which is a significant downside for anyone looking to broadcast uptime or incident times data.

The notification options are also quite limited with only basic subscription options via Web Push, iCalendar, and Twitter available.

Main benefits of Statusfy:

  • Advanced announcement options

7. Statuspal

Statuspal statuspage
Statuspal offers a broad range of integrations with monitoring tools, incident management tools, ChatOps tools (Slack and Microsoft Teams), and other notification and communication tools like Twilio or Twitter.

Statuspal also does not have a free subscription plan, but you can try any of the features in a 14 days trial. All plans include Custom CSS, Javascript and HTML, pre-set incident templates, custom domain, status embed, REST API access, and more.

Their Hobby subscription starts at $46 a month, and the Startup starts at almost $100/month.

Main benefits of Statuspal:

  • Better pricing models for Business and Enterprise
  • A lot of integrations are available
  • Multi-language status pages are available

8. Hyperping

Hyperping dash
Hyperping is a status page and incident management solution combined with a monitoring solution. It allows you to create status pages on a custom HTTPS domain, visualize various uptime data, create custom elements to your website, that are not monitored, allow your users and stakeholders to subscribe and receive notifications via email and SMS.

Hyperping allows you to monitor your website as often as every 60 seconds from 13 locations. You can monitor your HTTP error logs and SSL. You can integrate it with OpsGenie PagerDuty, Email, Slack, Webhook, and Twilio. Based on your website’s performance, you get a

Hyperping starts at $29/month with just one status page on a custom domain. All of the advanced features are available in their Pro and Business plans.

Main Benefits of Hyperping:

  • A combination of basic uptime monitoring and Status Pages

9. Freshstatus

Freshstatus statuspage
Freshstatus is an incident management solution coming from Freshworks. You can use it to create custom status pages and display all relevant info, trigger notifications, track incident sources or publish root cause analysis. It enables you to automate incident communication and information distribution across channels such as email, Twitter, Slack or any other app using Webhook integration. You can also alert customers using RSS or offer a subscription option. Freshstatus allows you to create badges and banners to inform about your website’s status at all times.

Status pages are fully customizable, and so are email alerts. You can also filter individual incidents between private and public, in order to inform only about the incidents that matter to your users.

Main Benefits of Freshstatus:

  • Freshworks ecosystem of other solutions

10. Updown.io

Updown Web
Updown.io is a simple website Uptime monitoring and status pages solution coming from an indie french developer. It allows you to create hosted status pages providing single-site and multi-site availability, data visualization, and performance reports.

On top of that, updown allows you to monitor your website as often as every 15 seconds from 8 locations across the globe and in case of an error, receive notification in your favorite platform including Zapier, Telegram, Statuspage, Slack, and more. SMS and Webhook are also available.

Updown offers a flexible pricing model, that will depend on the number of websites monitored and monitoring frequency.

Main Benefits of Updown.io:

  • Pricing


In this article, we took a closer look at Status.io, a status pages creator and manager. We brought an overview of its basic features, strengths, weaknesses, and pricing. Then we proposed a list of the best alternatives to Status.io in 2023 offering better functions, more reasonable pricing, or even uptime monitoring and incident management features.

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Jenda Tovarys
Jenda leads Growth at Better Stack. For the past 5 years, Jenda has been writing about exciting learnings from working with hundreds of developers across the world. When he's not spreading the word about the amazing software built at Better Stack, he enjoys traveling, hiking, reading, and playing tennis.
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