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|+title: Introducing Our Status Page|
|+author: Mathias Meyer|
|+created_at: Thu Mar 7 2013 18:00:00 CET|
|+"All Systems Operational!" is the kind of thing everyone loves to see and hear.|
|+Unfortunately failure is always lurking around the corner. During our outages in|
|+the past, we lacked a public facing way to inform our users and customers about|
|+potential issues on the platform, both for open source and private projects.|
|+In short, we lacked a status page. We're sorry for holding off on shipping one|
|+for so long, but the good news is, we finally have one in place.|
|+If you hop over to <http://status.travis-ci.com> you'll be greeted by our|
|+friendly mascot and the current state of all relevant parts of Travis CI,|
|+together with the latest incidents and their resolutions.|
|+The status updates are also connected to our Twitter account, so any incidents|
|+will be posted there as well. We'll publish notifications for both platforms|
|+there to avoid the confusion of having two status pages for each separately.|
|+The status page also supports updates notifications via email, so you can sign|
|+up to be notified via email when an issue comes up. Note that you'll get|
|+notifications for both platforms, which may or may not be relevant to you|
|+depending on which ones you're using.|
|+We're using a hosted service for this service, courtesy of the fine folks at|