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Green is a Offline First desktop app that monitors the services you depend on.
Green is a desktop app (written using Electron) that lets you know the status of the services you and your company depend on. Green leverages your network to check the status of your services from your machine. Removing the reliance on third party monitoring infrastructure - it would be ironic if the monitoring didnt work because AWS going down brought down Green! Don't get hit by "looks good from our end" - know when your services are Green.
The reality of the internet is that the services you rely on, often rely on other services. By tracking services' dependencies, Green can give you insight into potential outages... before a services even reports it. Keep an eye out for the Orange Potential outage notice.
Setup some services by selecting from our predefined list, and enjoy your new found insight. By the way, if everything looks a little too Green, select Monkey Mode from View > Monkey Mode (ATL+CTRL+M) to simulate a disaster.
Pro tip: Use Alt+Ctrl+M to simulate a series of events.
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Electron, React, Redux, Node.js, HTML5 Local storage, LESS, Webpack
This is a great idea and well implemented :)
I think this looks good, the video demo explained things pretty well, and I caught the replay of the demo. I would have liked a web version, and I'm not sure what features on desktop that are being used that couldn't translate to the web, considering you're using webpack. That aside, this looks good, and I can only assume that it does the right thing. I think overall, this is good, I'm just disappointed that I can't do any testing on the web.
a good design and useful/interesting concept, it may seems that is not working, but really monitors the service.
I like the idea, love the design not sure if I'll use it though.
Love it. Wish I had this to look at all the time for work. We rely on so many services, it can make debugging or deployment a pain. Knowing who to blame helps!
Pretty cool idea, I could see this being useful on a self contained network, giving you the ability to diagnose issues without having access to the interenet.
Thank you, great idea and design. I would like to have something like this. It saves time in cases where you need to check statuses of some highly used services.
This is a great concept. I can think of several times where this app would have saved myself or my clients literally thousands of dollars, just with the basic functionality advertised.
I don't like having to download a .dmg or native binaries. It "feels" insecure to me and I didn't do it. I'd love to see this in app stores (desktop and mobile) or brew so I could have more confidence installing it.
I'd love to see this on mobile so I could have the local app check statuses quickly whenever I want, without changing windows on my desktop computer. It would be great if a mobile version had simple notifications when a service went red.
It would be cool if the notifications were compatible with my watch as well. Also, for example an AppleWatch complication that concisely showed a summary of all server status would be amazing. I'd easily pay $10 for the watch complication.
App looks really beautiful and might be useful, good job!
A nicer looking alternative to the panic boards I've used in the past 👍
Well packaged. I wish we had actually actually generated a dmg file instead of just zipping the build. I'm not sure how the statuses are updated, but they don't seem to go offline if you turn off your wifi. It might been nice to group up all the servers by service.