Recent website fiascos led us to pen down a series of blogs focusing on the subject. Here are the four parts Part 1, Part 2 , Part 3 and Part 4. Incase you missed it, continue reading for a quick recap.
Here is the story so far: Websites
After a couple of website glitches last September, including the Obamacare website crash, monitoring your website form a user’s perspective has become mandatory. Some quick pointers to proactively monitor the performance of your website:
Take one step beyond your QA’s effort and test for realistic monitoring scenarios
Keep an eye on the response time and content accuracy of your webpages
Get the geographical response time discrepancies fixed
Blogs have given many millions of women a place to network, share ideas, receive support and raise the profile of global issues. Yet despite the fact females make up the majority of social network users overall, the IT industry itself is still a male dominated field. Trying to change that are a number of female-centric websites focused on empowering women working within IT and those using it at home or work. This review in celebration of National Women’s Day shares those sites that offer the most informative content, inspiring its viewers to make their life the life they want.
1. Women in Technology
Women in Technology is both a jobsite and portal promoting female employment within the IT and technology indus…
4 steps to better mobile device management
If Cisco’s predictions on the number of mobile connected devices 2013 would end with were accurate, there are now more mobile devices on Earth than people. It’s a shocking thought that implies there are over 7 billion devices worldwide.
While many businesses are clear on the productivity benefits of employees using BOYD (bring your own device) and COPE (corporate owned personally enabled) devices, managing and tracking them is enough to keep any IT manager tossing and turning all night.
With this in mind, here are 4 considerations for creating a mobile strategy that increases security and productivity and facilitates greater control.
#1 Asset management…
It is an exciting time – you are moving to the cloud!
Yet a cloud journey could be challenging and full of bumps if you don’t take the time to document your cloud requirements, performance monitoring plans, and clearly define issue ownership once your deployment is complete.
Want to avoid business disruptions, escalation calls to your Helpdesk, and unsatisfied end-users? Here are some quick notes to help get to smooth sailing. Just print it out and review it with the team.
|Moving to the Cloud – Checklist||Yes||No||Not Sure|
|Prior to moving to the cloud|
|Do we have a Cloud Requirement Plans reviewed/approved by all stakeholders (development, IT, business sponsors, etc.)?|
|Have we triaged and optimized|
Now, there is no need for you to be in the dark trying to figure out how your individual application is performing (highlighting the fact that previously APM Insight gave you cumulative performance metrics of all your applications together, and monitoring individual application performance is so very critical). Read along to find out the latest additions to Site24x7 APM Insight .NET Monitoring.
Monitor individual applications hosted on your IIS – Multiple Instance Support
With this new update to APM Insight .NET monitoring, you can keep a tab on the performance of individual applications hosted under your IIS server. This feature lets you view all the applications und…