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This CLI comes built into the Heroku CLI. https://cli.heroku.com
$ heroku status === Heroku Status Development: No known issues at this time. Production: No known issues at this time.
or, if there were a real incident...
$ heroku status === Heroku Status Development: Yellow Production: Yellow === Increased Platform Latency 7:04:22 PM UTC 7:04:22 PM UTC (42 minutes ago) [Issue] We are experiencing a network connectivity issue with our upstream provider. We will post another update as to the status in an hour if not sooner.
More about https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/heroku-status# Install
$ yarn global add @heroku-cli/plugin-status
or with npm:
```sh-session $ npm install -g @heroku-cli/plugin-status $ @heroku-cli/plugin-status COMMAND running command... $ @heroku-cli/plugin-status (-v|--version|version) @heroku-cli/plugin-status/7.24.0 darwin-x64 node-v11.14.0 $ @heroku-cli/plugin-status --help [COMMAND] USAGE $ @heroku-cli/plugin-status COMMAND ... ``` * [`@heroku-cli/plugin-status status`](#heroku-cliplugin-status-status)
$ npm install -g @heroku-cli/plugin-status
display current status of the Heroku platform
USAGE $ @heroku-cli/plugin-status status OPTIONS --json output in json format
See code: src/commands/status.ts