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With the advent of the World Wide Web, the way business is done has transformed enormously. Bridging huge gaps in communication, the internet has brought businesses closer than ever to their consumers; consequently, the importance of website monitoring for businesses is paramount to ensure seamless delivery of services. The process of website monitoring encapsulates the task of tracking web application parameters, analyzing performance and behavior, alerting in case of issues and reporting the historical performance to deduce the functioning of websites.
With perceptive web monitoring tools like Applications Manager's URL monitoring, keep track of URL performance to ensure that your webpages deliver a smooth browsing experience to users, and any performance issues are detected and resolved before they become potential business threats.
ManageEngine Applications Manager's URL monitor enables you to:
With Applications Manager's URL monitoring software, monitoring URL is made easy. You can monitor internet and intranet URL performance thoroughly by tracking health and availability of specific webpages on your URL intranet. Imagine an important webpage on your site; for example, the payments page. Downtime of this page can result in a serious loss of revenue if not detected in time. With a URL monitor in place, you can easily detect these potential catastrophes ahead of time and avoid service downtime. Instant alerts for essential metrics like response time, DNS time, connection time, and page size ensure that you stay a step ahead of problems with comprehensive URL management.
Our URL sequence monitoring capability allows you to keep track of several webpages in a sequence. For example, if a user starts on a shopping cart page and goes through checkout and payment pages, every page is monitored in the sequence it was clicked. The availability, health, response time and page size of all the URLs within the sequence can be viewed for a deeper understanding into a visitor's digital journey through your website. Applications Manager also lets you monitor internet URLs individually where you can get a detailed performance breakup of each page.
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While URL monitoring can help detect performance issues when thresholds are violated, analytics can help you forecast performance for better long-term planning. Applications Manager's website URL monitoring tool uses forecasting powered by machine learning to predict future growth trends for various attributes of your URLs. The trend analysis report offers heat maps and charts for granular analysis, as well as historical performance analysis of various attributes.
With a powerful integrated console for monitoring, alerting, and analytics, Applications Manager is the ideal URL monitoring tool to monitor intranet URLs along with your websites on the internet. It takes minutes to set up, discovers URLs automatically, and starts collecting data immediately.
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The process of website monitoring encapsulates the task of tracking web application parameters, analyzing performance and behavior, alerting in case of issues, and reporting the historical performance to deduce the functioning of websites.
To ensure that your webpages deliver a smooth browsing experience to users, detect any performance issues and resolve it before they become potential business threats. Applications Manager's URL monitor tool is a perceptive tool which comes with a powerful fault management system and advanced analytics, powered by machine learning techniques, to offer insight into the performance of your websites.
URL monitoring works by periodically sending requests to the specified URLs. A URL monitoring tool like Applications Manager will then check the response code and load time for each request. If the response code is not 200 (OK), or if the load time is too slow, an alert is generated. In addition to checking availability and performance, URL monitoring can also be used to check for specific content on the web page.