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Why You Need Database Monitoring

Posted on March 31st, 2014 by Robert Close in Monitoring

After your web servers, the database servers are probably the second most important part of your system and that is why it is critical that you monitor them in order to minimize their downtime. We have two database specific levels of monitoring that can help you with keep your servers up and running as close to 100% of the time as possible.

You can monitor both MySQL and MS SQL servers. We can even create custom solution for you if you have more specific database monitoring needs.

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What's CDN Monitoring for?

Posted on March 28th, 2014 by Robert Close in Monitoring

CDNMost businesses now have clients from every corner of the world. Back in the day, if you had an online store, you would just host it on a dedicated server in a specific data center and focus only on clients located geographically close to that data center. If you decide to use such an option today and you have customers and partners from all over the world, it is likely that some of them will have problems loading the specific resources fast enough compared to your competitors. Such high response times might cause you a lot of problems and even revenue loss.

Handling a huge traffic volume as well as minimizing and localizing downtimes to only certain parts of the world (CDN nodes) would make you consider using CDN instead of dedicated servers hosted in a single location. Hybrid networks also exist where people use both CDN and dedicated servers for different parts of the content. 

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What's Web Content Monitoring for?

Posted on March 21st, 2014 by Robert Close in Monitoring

Web contentA website is meant to deliver content that is easily accessible and useful to online users.

There are multiple obstacles, however, which interfere with the proper web content delivery. Such are hackers who change the content of compromised websites and post slogans or other materials that fit their agendas, server misconfiguration, wrong updates, employees’ or clients’ errors, etc.

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How to set Up Your Reports Properly

Posted on March 18th, 2014 by Robert Close in Tech

There are several reports that can quickly provide you with information related to the latest events of your targets. 

Two of the modules of your account dashboard provide information only on a limited number of events.

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Mozilla Firefox Test Tools Toolbar and Current Status Extensions

Posted on March 13th, 2014 by Robert Close in Monitoring

Mozilla FirefoxI have already reviewed our Mozilla transaction recorder, and in this article you can find out more about our Mozilla Firefox Test Tools toolbar and current status extensions.

If you do not want to keep your Websitepulse control panel open at all times, but you need to run manual tests every once in a while or see the status of your targets in real time, you can use these two extensions to ease your life.

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