SLA’s like that are hard to enforce as well. There are times that you cannot reach a site that everything is fine up to and leaving the data center, it could just be a network peering issue where your isp peers with another network. I see that issue a lot with clients calling in because their site is down.
There are various free services that can be used to monitor uptime. I’m not sure which is the best but UptimeRobot has a generous free plan. Their paid plans are also very reasonably priced, and they give per minute checks instead of every 5 minutes.
@rubben1985 I would just wait for the updates then unless as they are quite frequent (about once a month). Most bugs are quite minor and don’t affect the ability to run your store, but if there was something that you really needed to be fixed then you can just make the update yourself.
Some updates made. This functionality now works as follows:
You can reply by email to topics you receive emails about. You will have to reply with the same email address as your thirty bees account. It filters your emails just like GitHub does, so it automatically removes the reply fragment and your email signature. Attachments and markup will also be removed from your message, so only use this feature if you want to type plain text, like the “Post quick reply” button.
I can upload my spreadsheets with .ods instead of converting to .cvs all the time, which is a time saver for me because highlighting only stays with the .ods version and I’m constantly updating and copying / replacing data.
The changes are actually showing up right away in Google Chrome! What magic caused this?
No more constantly rotating circles after you do admin updates to products, etc.
I always wanted to make a simple module that shows your limits for a country. So I have researched this topic a few times already. Besides that I also sometimes act as a consultant, so have to know all this.