Keep a close eye on the performance and availability of your web pages with HTTP monitoring & HTTPS monitoring. Check if the web pages on your web application are reachable or not. When they are not reachable, get alerts and notifications & remedy actions follows. The website monitoring feature looks for various critical attributes such as the page response time. Set up a URL for monitoring & then define a threshold – if the webpage load time is more than 10 seconds, you should receive SMS or an e-mail. Active notifications help IT admins in taking quick corrective action before its unavailability affects end users. It also lets you make sure that CGI scripts, web server and back-end databases are performing properly.
Leverage URL Monitoring for maximum Uptime
Performance & Availability Monitoring
Check performance and availability of websites using HTTP & HTTPS requests, monitoring, from the end-user’s perspective. You can even monitor just a single URL or multiple URLs.
Record a sequence of HTTP or HTTPS requests, and then configure it for regular checks at a defined interval. Make sure your web page/web application is available & functioning properly.
Measure Response Time
Keep a close check on the response time of a particular web application by fetching details like DNS Time, First Byte Time, and Connection Time etc.
Make sure that specified text appears on your pre-configured web pages all the time. You can also validate the present page size and the percentage change in page size if any.
Retrieve your Compromised Websites Quickly
Motadata’s website monitoring tool tracks URLs in real time to make sure that they’re reachable & are serving webpages on time, instead of relying on ICMP ping checks or port 8 TCP checks. Monitor performance & availability of all of your public URLs & web-based apps from your Intranet.
Don’t leave your business generating website’s availability to chance, when your organization is spending a good amount of marketing budget on attracting prospective clients/visitors to your web page or web application. Constant monitoring of your website is critical to proactively identify website issues, before they escalate into lost revenue and downtime.