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Status Pages

Using Sematext Synthetics you can create public and private status pages to share the status and response time of your services. Use the status pages to:

  • Communicate the status of your services to your customers
  • Share status updates with your customers during planned maintenance or outages
  • Create a dashboard of service status to share across internal teams

Create Status Page

You can create multiple status pages under your account. Navigate to the Synthetics -> Status Pages screen to create a status page.

Create Status Page

The following fields are required to create a status page:

  • Monitors - List of monitors to be included in the status page. All the active monitors from Apps for which you have OWNER or ADMIN role can be included in the status page. The same monitor can be included in multiple status pages.
  • Name - Unique name for the status page.
  • Header Name - Company name to be displayed in the status page header.
  • Header Logo - URL of the company logo to be displayed in the status page header. An image with a height of 40px and white background is recommended.
  • Response Time Aggregation - Aggregation to apply for Response Time chart. The response time is aggregated in 1 hour buckets.
  • Custom domain - Optionally you can host the status page in your own custom domain.

Every status page will have a unique public URL of the format -<unique-token>. You can use this URL to preview the status page before opening to the public.

Disabling the status page will block the public access for the status page.

Custom Domain Setup

To use a custom domain for your status page e.g.,, you will need to:

  • enter the domain in the Custom domain field
  • configure your DNS provider

To configure your DNS provider, add a CNAME record for The record should point to:

  • if your App is created in the Sematext Cloud US region
  • if your App is created in the Sematext Cloud EU region

The status page should now be available at

Status Page UI

Status Page UI

  1. Header Logo
  2. Header Name
  3. Current Status
  4. Monitor Name
  5. Availability for Last 30 days
  6. Response Time for Last 24h
  7. Last Refresh Time

The status page is auto-refreshed every 1 minute.