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Checkly adds deep synthetic monitoring to Coralogix with new integration

Starting today, Checkly users can send their traces from synthetics checks to Coralogix to view in-depth synthetic user data along with back-end APM based tracing. This gives SRE’s and Operations engineers a new insight into how the system is responding to automated synthetic tests of your service. For Checkly users, integrating with Coralogix data means it’s easy to correlate end-to-end user experience with backend performance, and track poor performance to its root cause.

The Power of Synthetic Data to Drive Accurate AI and Data Models

We live in a data-rich world - every click, swipe, like, share, and purchase online generates data points companies use to optimize offerings. However, even vast real-world data has limitations in developing robust artificial intelligence (AI) and data models, particularly with regard to AIOps (Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations). Enter synthetic data.

How can multi-step synthetic transaction monitoring help your online business?

Multi-step synthetic transactions, also known as multi-step transactions or multi-step scripts, are automated tests that simulate complex user interactions with a website or web application. Unlike a single-step transaction (like page load), multi-step transactions involve a series of sequential steps or workflows that mimic real-world user journeys.

Synthetic monitoring for TFA-backed applications

Two-factor authentication (TFA, sometimes 2FA) is a crucial security measure that adds an extra layer of protection to your online account. It goes beyond the traditional password-based authentication by requiring a second form of verification. In TFA-backed applications, users are supposed to provide two forms of verification before gaining access to their accounts.
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Maximizing ROI with Synthetic and Real-User Monitoring

Today's dynamic business landscape challenges organizations to find ways to optimize their investment and streamline their budgets. With the increasing prominence of remote work and user experience playing a pivotal role in productivity, obtaining a high return on investment (ROI) has become more critical than ever. This article explores how Exoprise's synthetic sensors (Cloudready) and Real User Monitoring (RUM via Service Watch) offer valuable insights that can help drive ROI and enhance digital experience monitoring for businesses.

Top 14 Synthetic Network Monitoring Tools: Unleashing the Power of Digital Guardians

As organizations increasingly depend on flawless network performance in today's linked world, it is critical to make sure networks are operating smoothly. Network monitoring tools act as digital guardians, keeping a watchful eye on the intricate web of connections and ensuring optimal performance. Among these tools, synthetic network monitoring tools stand out as powerful allies, capable of proactively simulating and detecting network issues before they escalate into a full-blown crisis.

Achieve a positive digital end user experience with proactive website monitoring

In the modern era of technology, customers have high expectations for websites to be quick, dependable, and user-friendly. As the virtual representation of a company, a website plays a vital role in its success, making it essential for businesses to prioritize its efficient operation and top-notch performance. Any instances of downtime or sluggish loading speeds can result in end user frustration and a negative impression of the company. To guarantee a seamless and satisfactory experience for users visiting your site, it is crucial to have a strong website monitoring solution in place.

Synthetic monitoring 101: A comprehensive guide to synthetic monitoring

Synthetic monitoring or synthetic testing is a way of ensuring the performance and availability of applications, websites, and IT infrastructure by creating simulated user interactions and generating artificial transactions that mimic real user behavior. This helps organizations preempt issues on response times and application functionalities by emulating user behavior to measure response times, identify potential bottlenecks, and troubleshoot performance issues before they impact actual users.

Cultivating Your Tech Garden: Enriching APM with Synthetic Monitoring

Welcome to the Tech Garden, a place where our monitoring tools, like to diverse flora, contribute to a thriving digital ecosystem. Our journey starts with the foundational roots of Application Performance Monitoring (APM), crucial for initial growth and stability, like the roots beneath our fruit trees.

The Real Cost of Synthetic User Testing with AWS

Every time I share a project using SaaS tools, someone inevitably responds that they could do the same thing on their own home server ‘for free.’ I mention this not because it is annoying, since I would never go on social media at all if annoying responses were allowed to change my behavior, but because I think it points to a basic misconception that still affects DevOps practitioners today: the refusal to accurately estimate the real costs of self-managed solutions.