Tag: website performance monitoring

IPv6 Requires a New Approach to Website Monitoring

Dotcom-Monitor has established a Native IPv6 Monitoring Bureau dedicated to effective end-to-end IPv6 website performance monitoring. Dotcom-Monitor tests for performance and accessibility and can also simulate real user activities such as validating text and images as well as portal logins and shopping cart functionality.

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Top 10 Web Performance Blog Posts of 2012

As we at Dotcom-Monitor are back at it after the holidays, we thought it would be interesting to see which blog posts over the past year have sparked the most interest. See our Top 10 Web Performance Blog Posts of 2012.

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Website Performance Test – Testing Olympic Game 2012 Websites [Infographic]

Website Performance Test

As one of the world’s most important sporting events the Olympic Games attract millions of people from around the world. The mass media websites that cover the Games must be able to work under unprecedented loads of traffic. The Dotcom-Monitor team decided to take the opportunity to run a website performance test analyzing how the most powerful mass media websites respond to this massive influx of website visitors during the Olympic Games.

We setup website performance monitoring using two Dotcom-Monitor solutions: ServerView and BrowserView Platforms.

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Website Performance Monitoring, Site Speed and SEO

The suspicion that site speed might be a ranking factor for Google was just a suspicion; that is, until April of last year. Google plainly stated site speed as a factor in SERP (Search Engine Results Page) ranking. What does this mean? Website performance monitoring needs to become part of your SEO process – if it isn’t already.

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The 9 Levels of Website Performance Monitoring

So, is there a practical way to think about website performance monitoring and the services needed to monitor specific scenarios? Yes.
The following website performance monitoring selection guide, while no means universal, provides basic guidance in understanding what performance monitoring service best fits certain scenarios and requirements.

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