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May 26, 2020   |  By Jacob Hall
Our digital world is evolving and advancing at an unimaginable pace – and so are the expectations of end users. Momentum is everything in today’s united world, and having a poor performing website or application will likely result in the confidence of your products and services. And worse yet, any dissatisfaction perceived from the user will also likely result in them going straight to your competitor. This is an immediate impact on your revenue, brand, and customer confidence.
May 22, 2020   |  By Jacob Hall
The complexity of an application’s digital architecture is increasing dramatically every day. In an era of cloud infrastructure, the goal is to integrate all your web services into one place: CDN, DNS, third-party API services, QA tools, analytics tools, and any other component you can think of, are working with each other to make your services function. With so many components in place for an application to run, each one of these behaves like its own black box within your IT infrastructure.
May 19, 2020   |  By Jacob Hall
A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a collection of distributed nodes, called edge servers, connected to the same origin servers and placed local to the users’ location. If you are using a CDN, your website content is delivered to the user from the nearest edge server to their location. Without a CDN, you are putting stress on the origin server every time a user requests something.
May 18, 2020   |  By Matt Schmitz
A good application monitoring solution will provide you with the visual representation of the performance, growth, and usage of your AJAX applications. These metrics, along with others, are the critical metrics that need to be checked to ensure no interruptions occurs. Monitoring your applications ensures that your application is delivering you the results it was actually designed for. Below are the few reasons to have your application monitored.
May 18, 2020   |  By Matt Schmitz
WebSockets have been around for over a decade now, but the real-time web existed long before they came. This preceding ‘real-time’ web was typically slower and hard to achieve. It was attained by hacking available web technologies that were not primarily built for real-time applications. There was no solution with TCP/IP socket-style capabilities in a web environment that could address all concerns associated with operating in a web environment.
Apr 1, 2020   |  By Dotcom-Monitor
What is load testing and why is load testing important? Load testing is the practice of simulating real-world usage, or load, on any software, website, web application, API, or system. This video sets out to explain the reasons why companies should load test and we'll go through a short demo of our load testing platform LoadView.
May 13, 2019   |  By Dotcom-Monitor
An overview of LoadView from Dotcom-Monitor.
Mar 19, 2019   |  By Dotcom-Monitor
The Load Step Curve allows you to manually set a specific number of concurrent users/requests by specifying ramp up/ramp down rates and time. This type of test is useful for ensuring your website or application can handle sudden, or expected, spikes in traffic.