Effortlessly deploy a status page and start monitoring endpoints in minutes

Open-source • Self-hosted

curl -fsSL https://get.statusnook.com | sudo bash

Installing Configuring HTTPS Finishing up

Statusnook was successfully deployed

Share incident & maintenance alerts with your status page visitors

Service health summary
Incident & maintenance timeline
Opt-in updates for your users via Email and Slack

Create customisable monitors for your endpoints

High frequency checks
Customisable HTTP method, request headers, request body and more
Ability to assign which notification channels and mail groups are alerted

Privately receive monitor alerts, and publicly broadcast status alerts

Send and receive Slack notifications
Compatible with many email providers via SMTP
Mail groups
Status page screen Monitors screen Notifications screen

Effortless to setup, effortless to keep running

Automatic HTTPS

Point a domain at your server and the rest, including certificate renewal, is taken care of

In-app updates

Effortless upgrades with no manual tasks or scripts to run via SSH

Official Docker images

We'll keep things up to date to make your container upgrade path straightforward

Reverse proxy support

Slots into your existing configuration alongside other services

MIT License

Freely use and customise the code without restrictions

Self hosted

Your data, your resources, whether that's a $5 VPS or a beefy dedicated server

Choose a deployment path

Deploy in seconds with automatic HTTPS

Requires ports 80 and 443

curl -fsSL https://get.statusnook.com | sudo bash

Supports distributions like

Rocky Linux

1-Click Cloud deploy

Run Statusnook on a chosen port

Add to your reverse proxy setup

curl -fsSL https://get.statusnook.com | sudo bash -s -- -port 8000

Choose from reverse proxies like

Spin up a Docker container

Uses official images

Start via the CLI

docker run -d -p -v statusnook-data:/app/statusnook-data --restart always goksan/statusnook

Start via compose.yaml

services: statusnook: ports: - volumes: - statusnook-data:/app/statusnook-data restart: always image: goksan/statusnook volumes: statusnook-data: name: statusnook-data

docker compose up

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