They launched in 2013 with beautiful, hosted status pages that help startups talk to their customers when their app or website is down.
Since then, the product now integrates with other major players in the DevOps space, allows companies to display the status of their third-party dependencies, allows end-users to visualize performance details (think response time or uptime), and much more.
Not only are companies using StatusPage to communicate with their customers, they're also using it to communicate internally with employees.
They now serve over 2,000 customers in more than 40 countries. Last year, they helped those customers communicate over 23,000 incidents to the people who needed to know about it. With so many exciting opportunities to execute on, they're really just getting started.