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Easily track the health, availability and performance of your important websites. Website monitoring tools like Applications Manager help locate website performance hiccups, analyze and resolve them before they affect the end users. Our reliable and user-friendly solution for website monitoring is ideal for webmasters, web developers, hosting providers, and digital marketers.
Applications Manager can track your internal (behind the firewall), external (customer-facing) and cloud-based web applications. Our website monitoring tool can help enhance end-user experience and website performance by offering the following functionalities:
With the aid of a website performance monitoring tool, one can ensure that their site is always up and running through one of the following ways:
Learn more about URL monitoring.
Test critical user paths on your website by simulating them via Selenium based scripting. The checks are run from real browsers such as Chrome, Firefox and Edge.
Gain insights into how end users interact with your website and troubleshoot last mile issues with the help of Real user monitoring (RUM). With Applications Manager's RUM feature, you can:
Monitoring websites helps in getting detailed page speed reports with suggestions on how to improve page speed on multiple devices. These reports enable marketing and customer experience teams to focus on pages with higher traffic and revenue to advertise products as necessary.
Learn more about web page analyzer.
Auto-crawl and monitor website for content changes to prevent unauthorized changes or website defacement. You can monitor six basic HTML elements (Text, Script, Image, Anchor, Iframe and Link). By monitoring website content, one can be aware of information manipulation that can help ensure validity of data hosted on your websites. Configure alarms to quickly act on unathorized website content change with features to restore your original content. With Applications Manager's website monitor, you can inspect the entire webpage for issues on quality of content and scan for hacked links.
Learn more about Website Content Monitoring.
Be the first to know if your website becomes unavailable or becomes slow. Our website monitoring service sends alert notifications through SMS, e-mail or Slack. Automate tasks using web hooks to start external actions or even integrate with your ITSM tools such as ServiceNow or ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus.
With Applications Manager's website monitoring software you will be able to understand how users navigate through your website, measure and monitor the critical performance metrics, ensure your websites don't undergo unsolicited changes and single out erroneous elements without breaking a sweat. Applications Manager's website monitoring tool is the best insurance you can get for your websites.
Apart from website monitoring, you can also use Applications Manager to monitor the performance of internet services like HTTPS, DNS server, FTP server, SSL/TLS certificate, SMTP server, POP server, URLs, REST APIs, SOAP web service, etc.
Download a 30-day free trial of Applications Manager and set up your own website monitoring solution in just a few minutes!
Website monitoring is the act of tracking the availability and performance of websites to minimize downtime, optimize performance and ensure smooth user experience.
Experts say that a response time of 3 seconds or lower is an indicator of ideal website performance. Any downtime could directly lead to loss of revenue and customer dissatisfaction which is why real-time website performance monitoring is absolutely essential to your business. Using dedicated website monitoring solutions will guarantee maximum availability and performance, so your clients are engaged at all times.
There are 4 types of website monitoring:
ManageEngine Applications Manager's website monitor measures response times of all critical transactions on your website and tracks down elements responsible for such delays to help you troubleshoot issues much faster before it affects end users.