Web Monitoring and Uptime Performance Management for Websites.
Simple and and reliable website monitoring and website uptime performance management. Receive alerts when your website is down through emails, Slack or SMS. Keep track of your webpage performance over the time.Start Monitoring for FREE
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WebMonitoring is free for alpha testers.
0 $ / month
6 $ / month
Minimum 60 Sec Interval
0 $ / year
48 $ / year
Minimum 60 Sec Interval
What is Web Monitoring?
Website monitoring is the process of testing and verifying that end users can interact with a website or web application as expected. Companies often use website monitoring to ensure that the uptime, performance and functionalities of the website are as expected and work.
Web monitoring companies give organizations the ability to consistently monitor a website or server role and observe how it responds. Monitoring is often carried out from various places in the world to a specific website or server, to detect problems related to latency general Internet, network hop problems and to avoid false positives caused by local or interconnection problems.
Web Monitoring companies generally report these tests in a variety of reports, charts and graphs.
When an error is detected, the monitoring services send alerts by email, SMS, telephone, SNMP trap, pagers that can include diagnostic information, such as a network trace path, code capture of the HTML file of a web page, a screenshot of a web page, and even a video of a website that fails. These diagnoses allow network administrators and webmasters to correct problems faster.
Monitoring gathers comprehensive data on website performance, such as load times, server response times, page element performance that is often analyzed and used to further optimize website performance.
Purpose of the web monitoring
Web Monitoring is essential to ensure that a web site available for users, minimizing downtime and to optimize performance . Users who depend on a website, or an application, for work or pleasure will become frustrated or even stop using the application if it is not available reliably.
Website Monitoring can cover many things that an application needs to function, such as network connectivity, domain name system registrations, database connectivity, bandwidth and computer resources such as free RAM, CPU load, disk space , events, etc. Commonly measured metrics are response time and availability (or activity time), but consistency and reliability metrics are gaining popularity as well.
Measuring the availability and reliability of a website under different amounts of traffic is often called a load test. Website monitoring also helps compare the website with a competitor’s performance to help determine how well a site is working. Website speed is also used as a metric for search engine rankings. Website monitoring can be used to hold web hosting providers accountable for their level of service. Most web servers offer a 99.9% uptime guarantee and, when the uptime is shorter, individuals can be reimbursed for excessive downtime.
Most paid website monitoring services will also offer security features such as virus and malware scanning. Website monitoring services generally have several servers worldwide: South America, Africa, North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and other places. By having multiple servers in different geographic locations, the monitoring service can determine if a web server is available on all continents over the Internet.
Some providers claim that the more locations there will be a better image of the availability of your website, while others say that three stations distributed worldwide are sufficient and that more stations do not provide more information.