As a typical Internet user, nothing is more frustrating than waiting for a web page to display, only to receive a “Page Not Found” 404 error status code. Sure, we try reloading the page, and sometimes that gets the gremlins to start working, but most times, the issue is out
It’s extremely important that visitors to your site are able to reach the content they want, and within a reasonable amount of time. DNS monitoring is the first step in ensuring consistent performance and connectivity.
What is Digital Experience Monitoring? In today’s ever-changing digital landscape, it’s critical for companies to be in sync with their users and customers. From websites and web applications to internal mission-critical applications, businesses must ensure that their services are always available and running smoothly. If not, users are likely to
How to Choose an Appropriate Monitoring Platform No matter the type of business or industry you’re in, monitoring uptime, performance, and availability of your websites and web services is critical for timely error resolution and customer satisfaction. You put your business at risk if you’re operating with an outdated monitoring
While SIP Voice over IP (VoIP) technology has come a long way to improve connectivity and quality of service, there remains numerous potential points of failure along the path of devices over which the data flows. Unfortunately, if a remote location is experiencing an issue with their data connections, not
Ask two developers whether SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) or REST (Representational State Transfer) is better for accessing web services and you’ll likely get two different answers – and maybe more. It’s a passionate debate, but the reality is that the best solution depends on the application. Let’s take a
What is OAuth Authentication? A Brief History. OAuth 2.0 Authentication, as explained by oauth.net, is a “delegation protocol that is used for conveying authorization decisions across a network of web-enabled applications and APIs.” OAuth was created in 2006 by developers from Twitter and Ma.gnolia, a social bookmarking site. Ma.gnolia was
Reliability and user experience are no longer just “nice to have” features. Many companies provide similar services and competition is just a click away. Those with state-of-the-art offerings will be ahead of the pack and have more resources for ongoing improvements. Certainly, speed and uptime are not for free, but