Symfony bundle for service-oriented client for UptimeRobot API v2.0

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The 20steps UptimeRobot Bundle contains a service-oriented client for UptimeRobot API v2.0.

Use the bundle in scenarios where you want to automatically create monitors, alert contacts etc. at UptimeRobot.com for your given application or services or as part of your deployment process to automatically manage maintenance windows.

The Bundle is licensed under the LGPL license version 3.0.



  • Install Composer, the dependency manager used by modern PHP applications.
  • Setup your Symfony 3 based application
  • Use PHP >= 7.0 as a runtime
  1. Add the bundle to your composer.json and download a matching version by calling
composer require 20steps/commons-uptime-robot-bundle
  1. Configure the API key of your account at UptimeRobot.com in your config.yml
    api_key: "Your API Key"


The following code shows how to create a monitor with the client.


use twentysteps\Commons\UptimeRobotBundle\API;
use twentysteps\Commons\UptimeRobotBundle\Model;
class MyService {
     * @var UptimeRobotAPI
    private $uptimeRobotAPI;
     * inject dependency to uptimeRobotAPI via your services.yml
     * the uptimeRobotAPI is a service itself with the id "twentysteps_commons.uptime_robot.api"
    public function __construct(UptimeRobotAPI $uptimeRobotAPI) {
        $this->uptimeRobotAPI = $uptimeRobotAPI;
     * create a monitor
     * @return \Psr\Http\Message\ResponseInterface|Error|Monitor
    public function createMonitorForMyResource() {
        $parameters = [
            'friendly_name' => 'My Monitor,
            'url' => 'https://my-host.com/my-path'
        $response = $this->uptimeRobotAPI->monitor()->create($parameters);
        if ($response instanceof MonitorResponse) {
             * @var $response MonitorResponse
            if ($response->getStat()=='ok') {
                return $response->getMonitor();
            } else {
                return $response->getError();
        return $response;

The bundle provides some useful commands below the twentysteps:commons:uptime-robot namespace.

Eg. to list all monitors and their stati simply call

bin/console twentysteps:commons:uptime-robot:monitor:list


  • In case your application uses multiple accounts at UptimeRobot you can dynamically change the api key as follows


  • Cp. section "parameters" of UptimeRobot API Documentation for an explanation of parameters.
  • The UptimeRobot API has been enhanced by some extra utility methods such as api->monitor()->findOneByUrl(..), api->monitor->createOrUpdate(..), api->monitor->pauseByUrl(), api->monitor->resumeByUrl() etc.


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