Dotcom-Monitor Makes Web Performance Testing Faster at Velocity Conference 2012
Santa Clara, CA- Velocity Conference (Booth 512), June 27, 2012 – Dotcom-Monitor launches the world’s fastest scripting tool for automating web performance monitoring of website applications with dynamic page content, UserView Monitoring.
“DevOps needs two things to respond to demands on their time for monitoring of complex web applications. Automation of web performance monitoring scripts that takes minutes – not days – and browser scripts that can step through dynamic page content without breaking,” said CTO Vadim Mazo, “UserView Monitoring gives them both.”
Quickly Monitoring Dynamic Content without Breaking the Script
UserView uses a proprietary script recorder to drive a real browser integrated with keyboard-virtual mouse (KVM) technology for quickly automating monitoring of any rich internet application (RIA). Built entirely in-house, the recorder helps web operations avoid long delays in setting up web application monitoring when dynamic objects are used by either the host, or by third-party hosted application provider (widgets etc….). “Web performance speed testing that takes days, or weeks, to set-up at other external performance monitoring vendors can now be accomplished in minutes,” noted Mazo.
Increasingly Dynamic Web Applications Need New Script Monitoring Technology to Keep up to Speed
The increasing use of complex browser object technology on websites is driving a need for monitoring services that can quickly and affordably monitor rich internet application web environments in a single same-day user-driven set-up session. “Other script recorders use open source and shrink wrap integration with browsers, which don’t allow stepping through of Flash, Silverlight, HTML 5 etc… We built our own. Its more flexible and does more making it faster for web operations,” said Mazo.
The stats on dynamic content are clear. Developers increasingly using complex RIA technologies, and third-party hosted applications are also using increasingly complex technologies. For example, based on info provided by Builtwith.com, which indexes website format usage, the prevalence of HTML5 in the top 10,000 websites has risen from 5.80% in May of 2011 to 18.54% in May of 2012 – a 300% increase in one year. (Source: Builtwith.com, June 13, 2012).
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Launching Faster Web Performance Monitoring at #VelocityConf 2012