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Data Retention Policy


This document outlines the data retention policy for the server monitoring module in UptimeMonster. It explains how long your server data is stored, managed, and accessible within our system. Ensuring clarity around data retention helps maintain system efficiency, compliance, and data security.

Data Retention Period

Retention Duration: Data for the server monitoring module in UptimeMonster is retained for a period of 30 days.

Types of Data Collected

UptimeMonster collects and stores several types of data related to your server’s performance and availability. This includes:

  1. Uptime and Downtime Logs: Records of your server’s operational status, indicating periods when it is up or down.
  2. Performance Metrics: Detailed data on CPU usage, memory consumption, disk usage, network throughput, and other critical performance indicators.
  3. Incident Reports: Documentation of any issues or failures experienced by your server.
  4. Alert History: Logs of alerts and notifications sent regarding server performance or downtime.

Data Storage and Access

  • Storage Location: Data is securely stored in our robust cloud infrastructure, ensuring high availability and security.
  • Access and Retrieval: You can access your server’s performance data through the UptimeMonster dashboard at any time within the retention period. The data is available for viewing, and analysis.

Data Deletion and Management

  • Automatic Deletion: After 30 days, server data is automatically deleted as part of our regular maintenance processes. This helps maintain system performance and data security.
  • User-initiated Deletion: You can manually delete data before the end of the 30 days if you no longer require it. For manual deletion please contact [email protected]

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