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WebSitePulse Adds Two U.S. Monitoring Locations
January 18, 2005, WebHosting.Info
The company plans to have up to 30 worldwide monitoring locations by the end of 2005, and will add more locations thereafter as needed.
WebSitePulse, a provider of global, independent and remote monitoring of web-based systems and e-business transactions, yesterday announced the addition of two U.S. monitoring locations in Seattle, WA and Chicago, IL.
According to the company, multiple-station monitoring gives users a more precise picture of their websites' availability and can provide location-specific information about their web systems' overall performance as measured against established service levels.
The two new monitoring locations increase the reliability of the WebSitePulse false alarm prevention system that is based on multiple tests from several locations before an alert is triggered, claims the company. The company plans to have up to 30 worldwide monitoring locations by the end of 2005, and will add more locations thereafter as needed.
"We learned from customer feedback that reliable multi-location monitoring is a key strength of our service," said Iavor Marinoff, CEO of Image Project, Inc., owner of the WebSitePulse brand. "Our customers like the peace of mind they get from knowing they won't get false alerts, and that if notified about a malfunction, they can immediately focus on the real source of the problem. Data about web systems' performance, measured from various locations, represents important operational information for our customers, even without service interruptions or web-transactions failures."