Alert Systems That Help in Better Website Maintainability

May 29, 2010 by  Filed under: Web Hosting 

Use a website monitoring solution to monitor and verify end to end applications and servers including ftp servers, smtp servers, NNTP, Telnet and web servers. The website monitoring service monitors and notifies you on a periodic basis. In case of slow. Organizations use website performance alert systems to handle website issues and to monitor transactions. Transaction monitoring is a important segment to focus on and every aspect of the transaction needs to be monitored.

Alert systems help determine if website are delivering the right content i.e., the thank you pages after transactions. The alert systems can be made to notify alerts to the right team to handle and take care of website performance.

This sort of an alert system helps increase value for time. Teams and resources working on the the stability and the monitoring site’s performance and be at peace and focus on improvement of the website than damage control or just maintenance.

Tools are a critical part of business and more automation needs focus as this will definitely reduce human errors and helps terms to build more and analyze the performance to better use such as visitors metrics. This not only helps the site but also helps in the business point of view. Detailed data in real time is an added advantage, any thing with real time access is an added advantage in terms of problem solving or just visitor metrics, this helps decision making processes faster and any thing which doesn’t work and be changed immediately without change in business focus.

Keynote Systems – Transaction Monitoring

Testing web applications, web load testing and measurement of your web sites online performance from inside and outside the firewall all the way to the actual end-user.

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