Browsing posts tagged with: synthetic monitoring

AppNeta synthetic monitoring is global

AppNeta vs. Traditional Synthetic Monitoring
June 27, 2017 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Determining the health and status of a web application over time is an important task for both provider and end user in today’s highly distributed, SaaS-based world. There are plenty of methods used to monitor applications today, from the simplistic ping approach to a complex in-depth test. Ensuring visibility into performance without breaking the app—or
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Synthetic monitoring providers

What to Look for in a Synthetic Monitoring Provider
May 9, 2017 by

Performance Monitoring

Synthetic monitoring uses scripting to simulate what actual users are experiencing in a SaaS or web application. IT often doesn’t have to interact with SaaS or web apps, especially if they’re only used by certain users or departments. So synthetic monitoring helps IT to understand baseline performance over time, then see deviations from it when
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Synthetic monitoring has some best practices.

Best Practices for Synthetic Monitoring
May 2, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

Synthetic monitoring is a modern way to see the performance of today’s SaaS and web applications and networks. It uses scripting to emulate the paths that end users take as they experience an application. Why We Need Best Practices for Synthetics Synthetic monitoring provides IT staff with performance context for business-critical SaaS and web apps.
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