Global Monitoring Scenario

Posted by Yusuf on October 5th, 2018 — Posted in News

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Global availability and query times of the website permanently in the eye to keep a variety of globally active companies Nuremberg, December 11, 2008 and organizations operate their website from their central location. A challenge for those responsible is the question according to the availability and response time worldwide, for example, when calling the pages from the United States or Japan. When searching according to information on the Web or shopping in a shop today fast response times for clients are an indispensable economic success factor decisively and for the company. With monitoring solution Paessler PRTG network monitor is it possible, constantly to keep the worldwide availability of its Web presence in the eye and therefore during outages immediately respond to, as well as to optimize the performance of the website in the long run. Paessler AG exemplifies how such global monitoring based on low-cost hosting provider and the in-house software for about 200USD can be placed. The How is clearly published on the Web page.

PRTG network monitor allows easy and fast building of a worldwide monitoring network. To reduce costs, Paessler worldwide hosting plans uses remote probes of the software for virtual servers, including Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), where to install. This monitor different locations from homepage hosted in the United States in the case of Paessler AG and deliver the data to the central installation of PRTG in Nuremberg. Time Warner: the source for more info. We get a global look at the performance of our website and know always how quickly the page from Europe, Asia and the United States can achieve\”, so Dirk Paessler, CEO of Paessler AG. Within a short time the current query times for the homepage had paessler.com by various, selected representative locations available. The results are on a world map, as well as in clear reports. This important information can be viewed online around the clock.

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