Our new control panel is LIVE!

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Success! Our brand new control panel is now live for all Pingdom users. We hope you will enjoy this new experience.

We initially thought the migration away from the old control panel would take a full day, but someone had a light bulb moment and cut it down to a couple of hours. So, out with the old, in with the new. All done.

As the proclamation goes: “The Pingdom control panel is dead. Long live the Pingdom control panel!”

In case you’ve missed it, we’re calling it My Pingdom, and you find it at my.pingdom.com. The old control panel URL will redirect there, but you might as well update any links and bookmarks you may have.

Please note the feedback widget in the new control panel. We’d love to hear what you think, what you like and (shudder) don’t like, so please don’t hesitate to make your voice heard. Your feedback helps us make Pingdom even better.

Wait no more!

We have a quick overview available, but if you have a Pingdom account, why not check out the new control panel right away? And if you for some reason don’t have a Pingdom account yet, go get one! We have a free version, you know…

As always, please don’t hesitate to contact our support (support -at- pingdom.com) if you have any questions.

(We cross-posted this on both our product blog and here, because, well, it’s big news.)

28 comments

  1. @pingdom it looks good but it’s really really slow. And still no multi select / check all to perform actions on checks :-(

      1. @pingdom I just filled it in. The UI looks good. Just some better performance and it will be a good improvement.

  2. looks nice guys, but it’s sloooow. 20sec to switch from dashboard to checks. seriously? In the old GUI we could pause 15 services in a few seconds (for maintenance), now it takes ~5sec to pause ONE service. And still no scheduled downtimes… Iit seems like there’s still a *lot* of work to do…

  3. As a UX Engineer I really like your new UI.
     
    But please: Remove the big “I forgot my password” button!  It is too close to the “Log In” and should be located as a normal link at the bottom of the log in panel. It is too easy to hit by mistake.

  4. As a UX Engineer I really like your new UI.
     
    But please: Remove the big “I forgot my password” button!  It is too close to the “Log In” button and should be located as a normal link at the bottom of the log in panel. It is too easy to hit by mistake.

  5. There’s a search input covering the “Public Status Page” link. Screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/szvMA.png

    1.  @CoreyPeerFly Thanks, we’ll look at that. Remember you can also leave feedback with the widget on the left hand side of the page when you’re on my.pingdom.com or tools.pingdom.com.

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