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See why Dotcom-Monitor has the best monitoring solutions on the market.


RUM vs Synthetic Monitoring Explained

Learn about RUM vs Synthetic Monitoring. Uncover the differences, benefits, and ideal use cases for each approach to optimize website performance.

What Is Infrastructure Monitoring?

Infrastructure monitoring involves monitoring and maintaining the performance and reliability of an IT infrastructure. Without it, we risk disruptions and downtime in the IT sector.

Web Application Monitoring Made Easy

Easily create scripts to monitor business critical web transactions, such as portal logins, shopping carts, and signups to ensure continuity.

Web Application Monitoring

What Is Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)?

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) ensure efficient and reliable software systems for businesses worldwide. Organizations adopting SRE can enhance their customer experience, minimize downtime, and drive continuous improvement.

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What Is Digital Experience Monitoring?

Explore the importance of Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) in our latest article. Learn how DEM tools optimize user experiences on digital platforms and boost business success.

SaaS Monitoring Best Practices

The key to successful SaaS application management lies in understanding these practices and actively implementing them. Solutions such as Dotcom-Monitor provide a platform that embodies these best practices.

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What Is Application Monitoring?

Understanding the basics of APM and how it can be used most effectively and make the development and testing process much easier. This guide will cover everything you need to know about application performance monitoring and why it is important.

What Is Docker Container Monitoring?

effective Docker container monitoring is crucial for ensuring the smooth operation and optimal performance of your containerized applications, contributing to a reliable and successful deployment in production environments.


What Is Synthetic Transaction Monitoring?

Synthetic transaction monitoring is applicable to websites, mobile applications, APIs, cloud-based services. It imitates a user’s activities and interactions to assess the operation and performance of an application or system.

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What Is Cloud Native Architecture?

Embracing cloud-native principles is not just a technological shift but also a cultural and organizational change, fostering collaboration, efficiency, and the ability to adapt to changing business needs.


Shift Right vs. Shift Left Testing Explained

Explore the differences between Shift Right and Shift Left testing methods for improved software reliability. Learn how these approaches optimize error detection in development.

What Is API Monitoring? An Expert Guide

API monitoring is one of the most crucial parts of the software development process. By actively monitoring APIs, developers and business can easily detect and troubleshoot issues as soon as they arise.

Performance Counter Monitoring

SOAP vs. REST - What Is the Difference?

Understand SOAP vs. REST: Key differences, advantages, and considerations for making informed decisions. Choose the right protocol for your project’s success.

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What Are API Endpoints? Why Are They Important?

API endpoints are crucial for enabling communication and integration between different software systems, allowing developers to interact with the functionalities and resources provided by an API.

What Is End to End Testing? How Does It Work?

End-to-end testing, also called E2E testing, is an aspect of software testing and quality assurance that verifies the functionality and performance of a software program from start to finish.

What Is DevSecOps? How Does It Work?

The DevSecOps process seamlessly integrates security practices throughout the entire software development lifecycle. This encompasses the planning, design, and coding stages, as well as the integration, testing, and deployment phases.

What is APM (Application Performance Management)?

API endpoints are crucial for enabling communication and integration between different software systems, allowing developers to interact with the functionalities and resources provided by an API.

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The Dotcom-Monitor platform gives you the features you need to ensure uptime, performance, and availability on a global scale.

Real Browsers

Measure performance within real desktop browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer.

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Global Monitoring

Understand user performance from nearly 30 global locations.

Point and Click Scripting

Record custom scripts to monitor website and web application elements.

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Monitoring Offerings

Choose the monitoring solution that best suits your needs.

Dotcom-Monitor Platform Overview

Powerful performance monitoring solutions for all your websites, web applications, APIs, and web services.

Web Services Monitoring

Monitors web services such as SOAP, GET/POST, TCP, ICMP, & SSL Certificates for uptime, performance & functionality.

Web Page Monitoring

Web Page Monitoring

Monitor single page load times at an element level using real browsers from data centers around the world.

Web Application Monitoring

Monitor multi-step web transactions for performance, functionality, and accessibility around the globe.

Infrastructure Monitoring

Monitor performance and functionality of multiple Internet services through a highly configurable platform.

Load/Stress Testing

LoadView by Dotcom-Monitor is an on-demand, cloud-based load testing platform for websites, web applications, and APIs.

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