About Availability Monitoring
Use Availability Monitoring to create synthetic tests that monitor the availability and performance of your web applications from different public and private locations around the clock.
Create tests with Availability Monitoring. Configure your tests to run at defined intervals and chosen locations. Download and deploy your own custom points of presence (PoPs) on local or private servers. Run tests from 15 public PoPs at the following locations:
- Chennai, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Tokyo
- Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, and Paris.
- Central America
- North America
- Dallas, San Jose, Toronto, and Washington D.C.
- South America
- Sao Paolo
When you have created and configured your tests, you can then view availability and performance data for your applications on the Availability Monitoring dashboard.
- Get started in less than 5 minutes
- Create single action tests easily to monitor your web application's performance and availability within minutes.
- Maximize uptime and user satisfaction
- Monitor the uptime and response time of your applications frequently from several geographical locations. Run synthetic tests to measure the performance of website loading and API calls. Monitor Selenium scripts that you use to mimic user flows from different locations.
- Be proactive
- Receive notifications to alert you to issues before they impact users.
- Identify reasons for failure accurately and quickly
- Waterfall analysis helps you to identify the exact step when a failure occurred and the reason for the failure; for example, broken links, oversized images, slow lookups, or external requests. Screen captures are automatically created to help you to diagnose browser failures and historical performance issues. Download reports of monthly, weekly, and daily availability and response time averages for your tests.
To work in Availability Monitoring, you must be a member of a role that has view permission for the application that you wish to monitor. For more information, see Roles and permissions.