cloudradar.io monitoring service discontinued

September 27, 2022

To all our customers:

after several years of running the CloudRadar monitoring service, we must close our doors forever. Unfortunately, we did not manage to make cloudradar.io a commercially successful product. We worked really hard and we are sad. But we are forced to this measure because the revenue does not cover our spendings.

At the end of October, the service will shut down completely and all service contracts are automatically terminated.

Please search for alternatives and migrate your monitoring setup until that date. Due to our pay-as-you-go payment model, an active cancellation from your side is not needed. When you remove your hosts from your account, you immediately stop paying for them. You will receive a final invoice on the first days of November.

Apologies for any inconvenience.

Update 2022-09-29

We are often asked if we are going to release the software under an open-source licence or if users can run the software self-hosted. We are sorry, but this is not possible. Cloudradar consists of a complex setup of microservice interacting with cloud services. It was made for large scale and a SaaS multi-tenant installation. Installation and operation on your own would consume a lot of time and money, and reliable operation would not be guaranteed.

Furthermore, we are asked from some users, if the entire company is for sale. It’s not. We are not selling the company.

Users are worried if the rport.io product will be discontinued too. No. It won’t. We are now focusing on the development of rport only. It is more alive than ever. We put all our resources and energy into the development of rport.io.