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The Open-Source frontend performance monitoring platform.
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About OpenStatus πŸ“

OpenStatus is open-source frontend monitoring platform.

  • Synthetic monitoring: Monitor your website and APIs worldwide and receive notifications when they are down or slow.
  • Real User Monitoring: Understand how your users are experiencing your website with core web vitals metrics.

Recognitions πŸ†

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Contact us πŸ’Œ

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Roadmap πŸ—ΊοΈ

Here's our roadmap feel free to contribute to it.

Contributing 🀝

If you want to help us building the best status page and alerting system, you can check our contributing guidelines

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Getting Started πŸš€



  1. Clone the repository

    git clone
  2. Install dependencies

    pnpm install
  3. Set up your .env file

    From apps/web and packages/db, you will find .env.example. Create your own copy.

  4. Follow the steps to run your sqlite database locally inside of

  5. Start the development with the below command

     pnpm dev

    It will:

    • run the web app on port 3000
    • run the api server on port 3001
    • run the docs on port 3002
  6. See the results:

Tunnelmole, an open source tunnelling tool or ngrok, a popular closed source tunnelling tool.

Using Tunnelmole

  1. Install Tunnelmole with curl -O && sudo bash install. (On Windows, download tmole.exe)
  2. Run tmole 3000. In the output, you'll see two URLs, one HTTP, and an HTTPS URL. It's best to use the HTTPS URL for privacy and security.
➜  ~ tmole 3000 is forwarding to localhost:3000 is forwarding to localhost:3000


Videos to better understand the OpenStatus codebase: