Originally Posted by Murioswh
we don't want to display complete information to user only the server uptime / network uptime. Rest is for our Audit.
I recommend the network overview rather than any individual server information. We have a number of servers here that are going on 800+ days without a reboot, and then we have servers that are going on 6+ hours since their last reboot (actually, new servers going online). The data can be really skewed when a user is looking at the information and people may get the impression that the machine was actually crashed and rebooted 6 hours ago.
I'd recommend putting up a network overview or something similar to this rather than showing any individual server uptime status information.
Also the uptime reports from www.webhostingstuff.com/uptime
are pretty helpful too. You'd have to pay to have multiple servers monitored, but it's at least something available to the general public to view.