WP hosting providers, even at the low end, almost universally claim ninety-nine-point-something percent uptime. I want to keep track of uptime in practice, not just claimed or ‘guaranteed’. I use both of the most widely recommended free uptime monitors – Uptime Robot and StatusCake. Both are easy – though somewhat different – to set up, and both offer a free tier. By using both, I hope to catch transient downtime that one or the other may miss. On the free tier Uptime checks my sites every five minutes and StatusCake – well, they don’t really say, just a “Slower interval rate” than the one minute interval of the lowest cost paid plan. Both monitor from multiple locations across the globe. And both will happily take my money if I opt for a more robust paid plan.
WPPOV supports freedom from Net Neutrality and the GDPR. The Internet of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth.