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Parallel load testing with Apica ProxySniffer 5.0: A Quick Tip video

A few weeks ago we shared with you the new features in Apica ProxySniffer 5.0, but we don’t want to just tell you about them. We want to show you! Today’s Quick Tip video will look at Apica ProxySniffer 5.0’s LoadTest integration and parallel testing with multithreading, and show you how to utilize these features within […] Continue reading

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Quick Tip Video: AppDynamics and Google Analytics Integration

Today’s Quick Tip video will highlight one of the most exciting features of the Apica WebPerformance portal: AppDynamics and Google Analytics integration. This new functionality enables you to correlate and compare live data from all three platforms directly in the WebPerformance portal. The result is a better understanding of how external factors (for example, website […] Continue reading

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How to create instant web performance reports: Quick Tip Video

In our last Quick Tip video, we walked you through the web performance setup process. Today we will demonstrate how to create instant web performance reports or set up a subscription for daily, weekly, or monthly reports in the newly enhanced Apica WebPerformance portal. Within the portal, users have the option to create summary reports, […] Continue reading

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How to monitor website performance with Apica WebPerformance: Quick Tip Video

Last Wednesday, we revealed the newest features of the Apica WebPerformance portal. To help you start taking advantage of these enhancements, we’re going to be offering a series of Quick Tip videos over the next few weeks that walk you through web performance monitoring setup, report creation, and analysis. We’ll begin today with a tutorial of […] Continue reading

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