Dotcom-Monitor has announced the general availability of its Uptime Meter, a new tool to monitor and display a website’s uptime and performance in 30-minute intervals. Dotcom-Monitor’s Uptime Meter is available free-for-download at Dotcom-Monitor’s site.
Dotcom-Monitor’s Uptime Meter tool provides customers a unique, easy-to-use, targeted solution for quickly monitoring and validating uptime that affects website performance and revenues. The Uptime Meter is designed to aggregate uptime and automatically update and display the results on the user’s website via the Uptime Meter Button. The Uptime Meter Button displays accurate update metrics, such as “Uptime 99.999%”, based on the aggregated data since the date of original implementation.
Dotcom-Monitor has announced that its Web Application Monitoring service has been dramatically improved as a result of a new Dynamic Macro Recorder with full support for parameters with dynamic values. The company also announced the release of its Intelligent Traceroute Service − an advanced tool for troubleshooting network-related problems, such as outages, poor network performance, or Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)-related problems.
Dotcom-Monitor’s new SIP monitoring service makes live periodic SIP-based calls to VoIP devices, providing real-time monitoring, alerts, and performance reports regarding SIP component connectivity. When a problem is detected, the SIP monitoring notification feature sends an alert via phone, pager, email, or SMS. Additionally, real-time connectivity status reports are provided via an intuitive online Dashboard interface offering sufficient detail to help pinpoint where the error condition is occurring. This reporting functionality also includes detailed historical reports and charts for managing VoIP systems and components, including Service Level Agreement (SLA) compliance issues.
Dotcom-Monitor has announced hat it is adding Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) monitoring to its external web-performance monitoring services. Using Dotcom-Monitor, companies and organizations deploying IPv6-enabled websites can now monitor website accessibility, availability and performance from an external user’s perspective.
Dotcom-Monitor announced today that it has opened a new web monitoring station in Tel Aviv, Israel, that allows its customers to measure the performance of their websites in this significant Middle East market. Using Dotcom-Monitor’s service, companies on the Internet can proactively monitor how well their websites and web applications respond to various user actions, such as page viewing, online shopping and online form usage, from an external user’s perspective.
Dotcom-Monitor, a leading web site monitoring company, announced a new monitoring service today that assists corporations in the video streaming market and increases the stability and effectiveness of their video content services. This video stream monitoring service directly impacts the video streaming market that was worth an estimated $600 million in 2006 as reported by Research and Markets, a market research group based in Ireland. Most companies that provide video on their websites require their streaming content to be available 24/7 to attract visitors, serve advertisements, and provide informational or instructional materials. Competing in the Internet’s world market necessitates the highest quality with minimal interruption of streams. Dotcom-Monitor assists corporations in maintaining an edge over their competition through Quality of Service (QoS) assurance.
Dotcom-Monitor, the leader and innovator in advanced website monitoring services, today announced the debut of its new monitoring station in Texas, United States. The station, one of eleven owned and operated by Dotcom-Monitor around the world, creates an even greater degree of assurance for the company’s e-business, Internet Service Provider (ISP) and Application Service Provider (ASP) clients that their Internet services are performing at maximum effectiveness.
Dotcom-Monitor has just added Sydney as its newest web server monitoring location, bringing executive class monitoring to Australia.
The Sydney’s monitoring station is a robot that visits a company’s web site, simulating a human visitor, and performs various functions, including surfing, form-testing, shopping cart usage, etc. Performance speed, accessibility and response times simulate a human user’s experience.
Dotcom-Monitor, the leader and innovator in advanced website monitoring services, today announced an expansion of its pioneering website monitoring services to include Intranet applications, database servers, routers, and other server-based hardware/software located within a company’s firewall. The new ‘Private Agent’ service, now available from Dotcom-Monitor, gives enterprises a powerful new tool for ensuring the health of mission-critical services operating inside an organization’s network.
Dotcom-Monitor, the leader and innovator in advanced website monitoring services, today announced the debut of its new monitoring station in Frankfurt, Germany. The station, one of nine owned and operated by Dotcom-Monitor around the world, creates an even greater degree of assurance for the company’s e-business, Internet Service Provider (ISP) and Application Service Provider (ASP) clients that their Internet services are performing at maximum effectiveness.
Dotcom-Monitor has just added Boulder, Colorado as its newest website monitoring station, its fifth location in the USA.
The Boulder monitoring station is a remotely controlled robot that visits a company’s website, performing functions such as surfing, testing forms, simulating shopping cart purchases, and checking security certificates. Businesses use the results of the robots visits to determine how their sites respond to human visitors in such areas as performance, accessibility and response times.
Dotcom-Monitor has just chosen Calgary for its newest website monitoring location, bringing executive class monitoring to western Canada.
The Calgary monitoring station is a remotely controlled robot that visits a company’s website, performing functions such as surfing, testing forms and simulating shopping cart purchases. Website owners use the results of the robots visits to determine how their sites respond to human visitors in such areas as performance, accessibility and response times.