Dotcom-Monitor

1998
Minnetonka, MN, USA
Dec 20, 2018   |  By Ben Blomberg
Dotcom-Monitor continues to add advanced features and functionality to its unparalleled monitoring and testing platforms. The most recent enhancement to announce is console logging, a boost to the EveryStep Web Recorder.
Nov 30, 2018   |  By Ben Blomberg
Black Friday to Cyber Monday. That time of the year when we fight the crowds and traffic to squeeze a month’s worth of shopping into just a few fleeting days. Having worked in retail during my college years, I remember the customers lined up outside before 4:00 a.m., chomping at the bit to race into the store and fight (literally) other shoppers for the “scraps” that were left. Ah, the good ol’ days.
Oct 23, 2018   |  By Ben Blomberg
There may be situations when you want to allow time for specific elements to load on your page or ensure certain actions occur within a specific time constraint. In these cases, a Script Time Watcher can be created and applied to individual steps within your script. Script Time Watchers are ideal for the following scenarios: Logon authentication, Credit card/payment method validation, ...
Oct 23, 2018   |  By Ben Blomberg
A new User Account option, Operator, has been added. The Operator role is similar to the Viewer role (read-only user role). The Operator role can only view data in the system and cannot make updates, however, the Operator roles has two additional privileges: Postponing monitoring for a device, Silencing alerts, ...
Mar 7, 2018   |  By Josef Mayrhofer
No business can ignore performance and reliability of their critical or client facing applications. If response times are below expectations customers will stop using those disappointing apps and spend their money on other, more reliable systems. Performance of your mobile applications is critical because there are billions of applications in the app stores and customers can easily switch to a faster, more efficient choice.
May 13, 2019   |  By DotcomMonitor
An overview of LoadView from Dotcom-Monitor.
Mar 19, 2019   |  By DotcomMonitor
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.
Aug 31, 2018   |  By DotcomMonitor
In this tutorial, we cover the more advanced settings and configurations within the EveryStep Web Recorder for creating complex scripts.