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Colin Colehour [PersonRank 10]

Thursday, February 26, 2009
15 years ago4,594 views

Glad to see something good come out of the recent gmail outage. Google has released a Google Apps Status Dashboard.

<< As part of that commitment, we're pleased to announce today the availability of the Google Apps Status Dashboard. Customers can use this Status Dashboard to check on the current service status of individual services such as Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, Google Docs, Google Sites and Google Video for business. Administrators of Google Apps for their businesses, schools and organizations can also view the performance of the administrative control panel.

The Google Apps Status Dashboard represents an additional layer of transparency that we believe will be particularly useful for our business users, and it's also relevant to users of our consumer products. The Status Dashboard is the best place to check for information on service availability for Google Apps anywhere in the world. In my role on the sales team, I regularly talk with customers to make sure that they're getting the most out of Google Apps and I think that you will find this tool indispensable in managing your Google Apps deployment. >>

mbegin [PersonRank 10]

15 years ago #

Cool, here's the link:

Above 2 comments were made in the forum before this was blogged,

Ivaylo Ivanov [PersonRank 1]

15 years ago #

Google offers great services. But there is no way to contact them.
I have tried several email recently and many more before and none of them work.
great-engineers[put at-character here]
research-blog[put at-character here]
support[put at-character here]
jobs[put at-character here]
Why they even post these email on their site if none of them work???
If someone knows a valid email of support or research team please share with me on astra.v[put at-character here]

J. McNair [PersonRank 10]

15 years ago #

This is pretty cool of them and I already have it bookmarked. I'd LOVE if they included some of the other big Google applications, like Maps or Youtube, but it's a great first step. It reminds me a bit of the status page from OpenDNS

imma [PersonRank 3]

15 years ago #

[put at-character here]Ivaylo Ivanov
I think you're confusing contacting them with them contacting you back ...
They seem to generally avoid individual responses & announce things on their blogs (& rather occasionally in gGroups)

The best way to get a response (as far as I can tell) seems to be to discuss the problem with others who are getting it, on a public site.

ps: discuss, not just ask everywhere, which seems to happen quite often

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