Nowadays, commercial websites are fully functioning business-generating entities and their seamless operation has a crucial impact on the profitability and credibility of the organization. Did you know that if the load time of a web page is more than 2-3 seconds, 40% of people will abandon that page? That is why it is mandatory to have a website monitoring tool which makes sure that you get instantly notified when the website is down.
Increase Performance and Reduce Time-to-Resolution
Website Monitoring Software to Safeguard Web Performance and Ensure 100% Uptime
In this fast growing technological market, always-on services are now in the highest demand, leading to the shift of the approach to web performance monitoring and alerting.
Uptime monitoring is the answer when testing the basic accessibility of a website, server, or an application. Uptime monitoring checks whether your website is up and running across all business-crucial geographical locations during a given timespan.
However, even if the website is up, there still can be issues that cause damage to performance: slow loading time, unauthorized content, or the malfunctioning of website flow components.
Synthetic Transaction monitoring is a proactive website monitoring approach, that uses a browser script to mimic end users’ behavior and test key transaction nodes and flows. This type of monitoring is especially crucial for e-commerce and other high traffic sites, as it helps to test applications and transaction flows across your websites and ensures that all the components and functionalities work properly.
Web Stress Tester is used to pinpoint any anomalous performance events under usual or extreme loads. For instance, if you are running a marketing campaign or expecting a traffic spike due to a holiday season, you must ensure your website’s availability at the speed your end-users have come to expect.
Alerting and Incident Management
Intelligent Alerting for Smoother DevOps Practices
In the IT sector, Incident Management means bringing the services back to their normal condition as soon as possible after an incident happened.
To identify anomalous events and maintain minimum negative impact on the business, DevOps teams deploy different monitoring strategies for organizations’ systems and services.
This makes monitoring and incident management complementing solutions in ensuring undisrupted service.
However, many DevOps teams are very familiar with an abundance of alerts which has the opposite effect by taking too much operational power, and causing something called “alert fatigue.” This overwhelming mass of alerts, an unfair share of which doesn’t even require action, creates useless “noise,” obstructing the delivery of really critical events. This makes it is a good reason to use a notification and incident response orchestration solution together with your monitoring tool.
Great solutions like OpsGenie classify alerts based on their urgency level and relevancy, allowing you to set the correct escalation rules so the alerts from a monitoring tool(s) are delivered to the right people at the right time.