Dotcom-Monitor

1998
Minnetonka, MN, USA
Jun 1, 2020   |  By Matt Schmitz
In the internet ecosystem of increasingly intertwined applications, when one application wants to perform some action on another application on the behalf of a user, a need arises of how to do this without sharing the password of one application to another. A common example of this is sign-in with Facebook by apps that want to post something on your timeline or want to access your Google Drive.
May 28, 2020   |  By Jacob Hall
It’s probably true to say that if you asked an average user what makes a great web application, they’d probably say “speed.” But speed is the probably the least important aspect of an extensive rundown of elements. Factors like application development and rendering in the program are probably higher on that list. And what makes up a great performing application? And when something goes wrong, how do you know?
May 27, 2020   |  By Matt Schmitz
Identity and Access Management (IAM) systems provide core directory services, application access management, and authentication and authorization services. IAM also helps developers with a base platform to provide access control to their applications based on centralized policies and rules. IAM manages user details, authentication, and access information for an organization. The responsibility of user management and authentication creates a great dependency on IAM.
May 27, 2020   |  By Jacob Hall
With enterprise solutions and consumer technology platforms offering an array of applications, a need arises to securely navigate between different applications within the same product suite, and on role-based access. Single sign-on (SSO) is a solution to implement a centralized authentication system, and maintains an authenticated session to access multiple applications in a product suite without having the need of entering user credentials every time.
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.
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.