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I'm invited to the Public Spaces conference

Dennis, Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Public Spaces has the same concerns about privacy as we do. They are a Dutch initiative supported by a lot  of influencial Dutch companies who share the same values and goals as we do. Read their full manifesto for more information.

They invited me to talk during their upcoming conference which I gratefully accepted. There is an international part and a national part, and I will be available during the national part on thursday (CET). You can find more information at their website, register here and look at the timetable here.

Notifications for maintenance and downtime

Dennis, Wednesday, February 3, 2021

We recently made some posts about our maintenance schedule and uptime statistics. Our uptime statistics also contain messages for (un)scheduled maintenance or unexpected downtime.

But what if you don't want to check yourself and just want to be notified? Well, you can just subscribe!

Want to know how? Go to our uptime dashboard and click on the green subscription button.


After clicking the green button it will request your emailaddress and you will get updates on everything we post concerning uptime and maintenance.

Ofcourse we won't use this for any other purpose and you can unsubscribe anytime.




Uptime statistics!

Dennis, Wednesday, December 9, 2020

We have multiple monitoring tools in our enviroment which can alert us if things go wrong. We use the opensource tools that are out there mostly.  But as we have a fully locally hosted network even our own monitoring can fail. Thats why we rely on external monitoring to monitor our own monitoring.. ;-)

It looks like this: