First, you create a trigger. We need URL and period for this.
Let's assume you have trigger with url http://www.example.com/regular.php and 30 seconds periodicity.
• At every 30 seconds, our servers would request http://www.example.com/regular.php?key=<trigger key>
Additionally, you could create alerts that can notify you in case the logs of a certain trigger meets a certain condition.
To summarize, there are two things you could do with ServerTrigger.com.
• Provide testing for your web application.
• Schedule & maintain regular tasks
Sure, you could use other technologies to schedule tasks. But continuous monitoring requires carefully engineering infrastructure. Trust ServerTrigger.com for 100% reliability.