Webmon is a website monitoring and escalation service. The platform notifies users when their websites are experiencing downtime or error conditions, and provides real-time dashboards showing service performances and rich reporting.
In less than two minutes, you can set up Webmon to monitor your websites, DNS servers, online transactions, and Restful API. Webmon turns the data it collects from your websites into detailed graphs, which can be used to compare performance across regions, sites, and dates. Set thresholds based on measurements like page load times, which automatically trigger notifications to be sent out in real-time when anomalies occur. Using multi-level escalations, you can notify the right people at your company via SMS and email when incidents and outages take place. If the first person on your contact list fails to respond promptly to an outage, Webmon will escalate the issue and begin alerting backup technicians based on the parameters you’ve created.
One of the features that really stands out for Webmon is the platform’s website transaction monitoring. Users can monitor pages that require multiple steps with cookies passed along, and they can track site performance throughout the shopping process to see if customers are having difficulty logging in or adding items to their carts.
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