Painless Cron Monitoring

Cronhub helps you to easily monitor all your cron jobs in a beautiful dashboard. It alerts you when your cron job doesn't run on time or it fails so you can sleep tight.

Get started for free It takes less than a minute to setup a monitor

A simple dashboard for all your cron jobs

The Cronhub dashboard provides a comprehensive look of all your cron jobs. The past pings, expected run dates and the current states of your monitors.

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Instant alerts via Email, Slack, SMS and Webhooks

If your monitor doesn't run on time or it fails to run then you will get alerted via various notification channels.

Weekly email reports on your monitors

Every Sunday we take a snapshot of all your monitors and send you an email report. Just a gentle nudge on how your cron jobs are doing!

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Team Members Support

You can invite your team members to collaborate on Cronhub. When any of your monitors go down we will notify everyone in your team.

Active Support

Cronhub is a team of one and I try my best to provide a great support to all my customers. I usually answer all support questions within 24 hours.

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I built Cronhub to scratch my own itch. While working at Buffer and on my side-projects, I've realized that most cron jobs are like black holes. We don't know anything about them. Cronhub allows me to stay on top of my scheduled tasks and never worry.

Tigran Hakobyan - Creator of Cronhub

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Setting up a monitor is breeze

For each cron job, you create a monitor and get a unique URL. Then, you can use curl or any other tool to make an HTTP request from your cron job to the unique URL. Your monitor is all set now!

Now relax and start playing with your cat.

When you create a new monitor you will get a unique ping URL, like the one below.

https://cronhub.io/ping/1f5e3410-254c-11e8-b61d-55875966d031

Make any HTTP request to this URL from your cron job or scheduled script. When this URL is not requested for a time period then you will get alerted. The time period is based on your cron and monitor schedule which should be the same.

Here are some examples how you can make requests to the URL.

Never worry about your cron jobs again

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