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Open311 Status

http://open311status.herokuapp.com

Checks and displays the status of various Open311 endpoints. The list of endpoints currently being checked is in endpoints.json

These are the things this application tries to measure or provide insight into:

  • Upness: are the servers currently running / accessible
  • Uptime: Has the server been down recently?
  • Performance: how quickly the servers respond; i.e. are they running slow?
  • Comprehensiveness: does it seem like the service is fully implemented/userful; i.e. how many service request types are exposed?
  • Utilization: is the endpoint actually being used; i.e. how many service requests were submitted) statistics?

Installation

  1. Acquire a MongoHQ database. Once acquired, it can be added to a .env file if using foreman locally (see sample.env). Or add it to your environment if pushing to heroku: heroku add:config MONGOHQ=mongodb://<username>:<password>@url.mongohq.com:<port>/<database>
  2. Run it locally using foreman run node server.js (you can also just run node server.js as long as you have your MongoHQ database added as a local MONGOHQ environment variable) or push it to Heroku.
  3. Run with the environment variable WILLPING=TRUE to make updates that run every 5 minutes (you may have to wait a bit for data to start appearing).
  4. You can add/remove endpoints in the /lib/endpoints.json file.
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