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Category: Web App Functionality

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Web App Functionality

Monitoring Applications That Use Azure ADFS

ADFS (Active Directory Federation Services) is a solution from Microsoft for single sign-on (SSO) functionality. It is used by organizations   that have their users on Windows Servers to provide authentication and authorization to web-based applications or services outside the organization. ADFS implements federated identity and claim-based access control to authenticate

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Page Load Speed

How You Lose Money on Your Website Without Even Knowing It

Having a functional and operative website is a critical asset. A well-optimized and smart website can act as a revenue generating machine.  The idea is to attract more visitors for your site, increase web page traffic, and then make sales or conversions on the main page. There is, however, a

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SaaS monitoring
Web App Functionality

Why Synthetic Monitoring is a Must for SaaS-based Solutions

Bounded to service level agreements (SLAs), vendors must monitor performance of their SaaS-based solutions for an optimal user experience. Monitoring performance of a SaaS-based solutions is a challenge since it varies extensively across user locations and geographies. These applications and their content need to travel a rigorous path of geography-specific

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Web App Functionality

Challenges and Best Practices for Monitoring SaaS-based Businesses

SaaS-based businesses are on the rise more than ever.  Old businesses are rushing to turn their legacy software into SaaS-based solutions and new businesses are popping up offering SaaS-based solutions to everything imaginable.  SaaS-based solutions are made up of multi-layered complex architecture with both internal and external components that require

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Web App Functionality

Challenges in Monitoring Applications That Use OAuth

In the internet ecosystem of increasingly intertwined applications, when one application wants to perform some action on another application on the behalf of a user, a need arises of how to do this without sharing the password of one application to another.  A common example of this is sign-in with

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Web App Functionality

Challenges in Monitoring Web Applications That Utilize SSO

With enterprise solutions and consumer technology platforms offering an array of applications, a need arises to securely navigate between different applications within the same product suite, and on role-based access.  Single sign-on (SSO) is a solution to implement a centralized authentication system, and maintains an authenticated session to access multiple

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