IzzitUp does not automatically and constantly ping services. But you have the option to manually ping a cURL of your choice.
cURL, which stands for client URL, is a command line tool for file transfer with a URL syntax. It supports a number of protocols including HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and many more. HTTP/HTTPS makes it a great candidate for interacting with web applications. A cURL request usually returns a result including the time it took to do so. IzzitUp uses this to show the response times in a diagram.
You can set the cURL you want to check for a Service on its edit page.
On the cURL Monitor page, select the Service in the list box and click Load . Then click the Start button. IzzitUp will send 12 cURL requests to your Service and present the results in a line chart.
The Service History page will also show this diagram under the “Last cURL Ping” tab.