Bringschuld is German for "debt which must be delivered to the creditor". It's an analogy: your tasks have to deliver a check-in to our servers (the creditor).
What does the name Bringschuld mean?
Who are you?
What is Bringschuld?
How does Bringschuld work?
What is a task?
How do I send check-ins for a task?
back_me_up && curl https://bringschuld.io/check_in/haksbk12h3qdh18217
Email: Each task has a unique email address associated with it. To check-in via mail you must send any mail to this email address.
(E.g. email@example.com)Attached files may not exceed 25 MB.
Detailed Setup Instructions
What are email check-ins for?
Will I be alerted if a task checks-in at an unexpected time?
Will I be alerted if a task checks-in too often?
Do you support intervals that cannot be expressed through cron (e.g. every 30 days)
Can I enter cronrules?
Can I specify minimum/maximum run time?
What programming languages does Bringschuld support?
What features are included in the free trial?
What is the smallest interval?
Is there a maximum amount of alerts I can receive?
How do people use Bringschuld?
- Monitoring cron jobs and alerting if they don't run as expected.
- Timing jobs or tasks and alerting if they finish too quickly or run too long.
- Monitoring heartbeats from queue workers, daemons, services, or any other application.
- Audit and Compliance: keep an offsite, immutable log of what jobs ran and when.
What are my payment options?