As part of our ongoing process to improve our platform and pricing structures, and to respond to overwhelming feedback to offer standard data retention, we are removing à la carte pricing from all platforms. All monitoring plans will now have a standard 3-year data retention policy. In addition, we will no longer be offering 14-day…
Internet browsing habits are increasingly visual and video content has taken off in a big way. In fact, Cisco’s Visual Networking Index Forecast predicts over 90 percent of all content on the Net will soon be in some form of video. Cisco also notes the incremental growth in Internet traffic between 2014 and 2015 at 17.2 exabytes per month. As a result of this growth in visual browsing habits, video has become a key component of content strategy.
There are significant challenges when creating quality video experiences and effective video streaming is dependent on several independent functions within a larger system. Broadly speaking, these independent functions include: compression technology, availability of bandwidth, and network infrastructure. If any single component within the system performs poorly, user experience of video streaming can be negatively impacted.
To ensure an optimized user experience involving video streaming, website administrators should implement streaming video monitoring.
Website Performance Test
As one of the world’s most important sporting events the Olympic Games attract millions of people from around the world. The mass media websites that cover the Games must be able to work under unprecedented loads of traffic. The Dotcom-Monitor team decided to take the opportunity to run a website performance test analyzing how the most powerful mass media websites respond to this massive influx of website visitors during the Olympic Games.
We setup website performance monitoring using two Dotcom-Monitor solutions: ServerView and BrowserView Platforms.