Monitor Your Webpage From A Real Browser
- Uses a real (webkit) browser
Measure The Page Load Times On Your Website
In addition to our standard website availability monitoring and response time monitoring, we offer you a real browser full page monitoring tool to gain insight in page load times as experienced by your website users. What is the use of fast software and server if your user is still waiting for a 3rd party advertisement before your site shows any content?
Using a graphical waterfall-like representation, it's easy to spot which requests are blocking others from happening and which ones just take a long time. This will provide valuable information about your website to your developers to consider alternative optimization strategies: compression, minification, reduction of the number of images, etc.
Get Notified About On-Page Errors
Like with all Observu Monitors you can get alerted by e-mail/SMS/phone when an error occurs. You can get alerted about:
- Missing images
- Slow total page loading time (the time that it takes for the user to actually see your page)
- Missing CSS files
- Page load errors (e.g. timeouts, DNS issues, HTTP status error codes such as Internal Server Errors)
To prevent alerts on every 3rd party image fluke you can wait for errors to occur a few times before sending you an e-mail.
Monitoring For Business Owners
Monitor website uptime and response times as a first step to improve quality of service.
Get notified right away or have the monitoring status dashboard open permanently in the background, like you would with your webmail.
Use the powers of hindsight to find out what happened. Use the API to report on your own metrics and compare it with other system statistics or API monitoring data.
Graphing, historical data, majority voting, notifications are all included after setting up your monitors.
For Support Staff
With a central place for uptime and event information, it's much easier to respond accurately to customer complaints. Nothing more embarrassing than a client telling you, your service is down.