Continuously monitoring website uptime takes the guesswork out of maintaining website performance. You don’t need to wonder when the site went down because you are notified immediately. Also, you can set controls to automatically restart the site when it goes down. This helps you quickly identify the cause of the problem and achieve faster remediation.
It is important that your customers or end-users have access to web pages and web apps 24/7. Whether your website is hosted internally or externally, using automated website uptime monitoring software allows you to quickly troubleshoot and resolve website issues before they cause problems. Securely monitor websites and web apps like CRM, ERP, and help desk without agents.
Monitoring website performance helps you maintain the continuous availability of your site. This includes proactively monitoring performance metrics like Web server load and database queries that could cause a website to become slow or unavailable. It also includes monitoring website and hardware availability so you are immediately notified of a failure. Additionally, you need to monitor multiple front-end issues to help avoid website performance problems. A comprehensive monitoring strategy takes all performance aspects into consideration to proactively identify and respond to issues before end-users are impacted.
When you are effectively monitoring web servers, you are able to detect performance issues that could impact your website uptime and the performance of other critical apps your business relies on. Monitoring Web servers and websites lets you see: Change to: Monitoring web servers and websites lets you see:
- Slow page load times
- Application pool availability
- Website request response times
To minimize downtime, you can take immediate action right from the console. Restart or stop a website, kill processes, restart services, reboot servers, and stop or recycle app pools.
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