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.
Dotcom-Monitor has just added an external web site load stress testing tool to its suite of executive class website and network monitoring services.
Very few website monitoring companies offer load testing tools or services. Dotcom-Monitor’s service offers businesses the opportunity to customize each test based on their individual needs. Agents positioned around the globe simulate real users, performing whatever application is being stress tested, such as a shopping cart, form, forum, etc., or multiple applications at once.
Dotcom-Monitor’s web load testing service differs from most stress test tools because it is external. Most tools are internal, monitoring from very close to a company’s web server. External agents, such as Dotcom-Monitor’s on three continents, more closely simulate real user behavior.
Dotcom-Monitor® has added Hong Kong as its newest web site monitoring location, bringing executive class monitoring to Asia.
“Companies need to know how their web sites respond to customer usage,” says Vadim Mazo, CEO of Dotcom-Monitor. “Adding the Hong Kong monitoring station means they will now be alerted if their web site is inaccessible or slow to Asian customers.”