web application monitoring tools

The Rise & Rise of Web Application Monitoring Tools (& their benefits)

As organizations further embrace the cloud paradigm and deploy more applications to the cloud in 2013, web application monitoring tools need to continue to evolve to serve a growing and more demanding marketplace. Moreover, the metamorphosis of web applications into a complex hybrid of web and on-premise is expected to accelerate in 2013.

As industry reliance on web applications grows, the need for cost-effective solutions that ensure web operations, and protect online company reputations and revenue streams grows with it. Web monitoring tools, which constantly survey web applications for availability issues, performance bottlenecks and maintenance alerts, have emerged as the most cost-effective solution.

IRCE 2015 Promo Code

IRCE 2015 Promo Code | Special Internet Retailer Coupon

 
Dotcom-Monitor at IRCE 2015 Chicago
Dotcom-Monitor is proud to be exhibiting at IRCE yet again this year. At past shows our booth has been a hit, as we’ve given away hundreds of t-shirts, RC helicopters, and more! Stop by Booth 1420 at this year’s show to win some swag and learn about our web performance tool set.
IRCE 2015 Discount Code
As always, we’re offering our clients an IRCE 2015 Promo Code. Our clients will receive a 10% discount* when registering before May 30, 2015. Simply email us at sales[at]dotcom-monitor.com with the subject “IRCE 2015 Promo Code” and we will send you a discount code for 10% off* your registration fee.

Monitoring SSL Migration – The road to HTTPS being the default on the web

 
Google Announces HTTPS as a Ranking Signal for SEO
It’s official, Google openly “encourage(s) all website owners to switch from HTTP to HTTPS to keep everyone safe on the web.”

On Wednesday, August 06, 2014 – Google announced HTTPS as a ranking signal for SEO. If you’re not familiar, Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is a communications protocol for secure communication, protecting the connection to the website through authentication and encryption. Utilizing HTTPS to secure all traffic on your website ensures your site visitors that their information, both what they consume and what they submit, is secured from prying eyes as the data travels across the internet.

For the most part, you do not have control over where your data travels in between your web servers and your visitors browsers, but you do have control over how that data is secured.  Encrypting your traffic prevents hackers, governments, security agencies, ISPs and anyone else who might try to view your data from doing so.  It also helps protect your site from fraud and helps protect your visitors’ identities and reputation.