Author: Mark Kupfer

Website Performance News

Biggest Losers of 2016 Black Friday and Cyber Monday?

While this season was the biggest online sale ever in terms of money spent by consumers online, there were still a few websites that buckled under the strain of too many shoppers. Adobe has provided the industry with some great insight into online shopping data and trends in 2016.  According

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Website Performance News

#GiveToTheMaxDay Website issues in Minnesota

#GiveToTheMaxDay is having some issues in Minnesota again. The website https://www.givemn.org  has been overloaded by the number of people attempting to visit the website and donate. Luckily they have been able to keep the MultiGive tool online so users can continue to make donations to the causes of their choice. Sometimes it can

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website-monitoring
Network Services Monitoring

Choosing Website Monitoring Options

There are many levels of detail that you can chose to monitor or ignore when setting up website monitors. First, you must determine which webpages are critical enough to your website to monitor.  People usually select the home page, a portal login and key internal functions such as a dashboard

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Dotcom-Monitor News

Introducing LoadView: Real Browser Based Load Testing Software

LoadView is a new load and stress testing product capable of performing load tests that scale to thousands of simultaneous users.  The complete details of the new LoadView product are currently featured on www.loadview-testing.com.  LoadView is a powerful cloud-based load testing tool that can run in real browsers as well

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WebSockets
Dotcom-Monitor News

WebSocket Support Now Available

The new version of the EveryStep script recording tool is capable of recording and playing back full interactions with websites and applications that utilize the Websocket protocol.  This means you can now script multi step interactions with complex 2-way server communication to ensure that your application is responsive and performing properly.

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Website Performance News

Behind The Great Firewall of China: China May Censor Even More

Behind The Great Firewall of China: Expanding Censorship and Control China may be making it even harder for global organizations to market products and services to Chinese consumers.  The Chinese ministry of Industry and Information Technology released a proposal to censor domain names not registered within China. These domains would

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