Excellence in Web Performance
We’ve built the most open, fully integrated, standard based platform available, loaded with options to meet unique customer needs. Real-time activity and Selenium-automated test checks run from 190+ locations worldwide resulting in SLA alerts and error page screen-shots correlated with service partner data. Portal dashboards and reports drive continuous performance improvement.
We’ve built the most open, fully integrated, standard based platform available, loaded with options to meet unique customer needs.
PORTOpen port check
FTPTest if your FTP server is accessible
SSLCertificate and SSL connection
IPv6Monitor your IPv6
DNSDNS-functionality IPv4, IPv6 and CNAME
Internal agentMeasure and analyze internal systems
URLSLA and uptime
Google ChromeBrowser monitoring across Chrome
Mozilla FirefoxBrowser monitoring across Firefox
Internet ExplorerBrowser monitoring across IE
SeleniumMonitor scripts in Selenium IDE and Apica ProxySniffer
Electronic IDMonitor electronic identification
StreamingMonitor streaming services based on HTTP (HLS and HDS)
Mobile applicationsMonitor applications: iPhone, Android, Windows Phone
Gaming applicationsMonitor Wii U-, Xbox One-, PS4-applications
Smart TVMonitor Smart TV-applications
Apica's Website Monitoring Service Always Provides:
Easily execute performance monitoring of all application components across Chrome, Firefox and IE browsers. This includes style sheet rendering, image loading, and video streaming, as well as calls to social media, blogs, ads and other content sources.
User Scenario Analysis
Apica’s website monitoring offers advanced user scenario analysis. Use Selenium’s popular functional test for monitoring advanced user tasks, such as making a purchase, searching for a flight, logging on to a website, and more.
Produce performance and SLA reports for both technical and managerial staff. Reports can be sent out on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. Create reports on the fly in the reporting dashboard.
Apica website monitoring identifies issues as they arise and sends real-time alerts via SMS and email before a performance degradation is noticed. Integrate with an internal monitoring system using Apica REST- API.
Key Synthetic Monitoring Features
- Real browser testing
- Selenium support with bulk check loading, management and easy editing
- Error Page Screen Shots provide context
- HTML5 GUI, dashboards, reports and alerts
- API access to directly embed check results
- Basic or advanced API testing
- Drill down to web/app/database server vital signs data
- Code-level drill-down using AppDynamics APM for isolating source code malfunction
- Results correlated with monitoring and analytics service partner tools
- Inside agent option for in-depth visibility
Stay Ahead of the Game
- Establish consistent, objective metrics and benchmarks
- Rationalize new feature requests in terms of performance risk and alternative approaches
- Go beyond functional testing using battle-hardened production testing techniques
- Resolve issues quickly, as they happen
Deploy with Confidence
- Launch or upgrade web, mobile and cloud-based applications without stress
- Ensure your end-users have the best possible experience on your site
- Continuously improve customer experience as applications become richer, more real time, and increasingly reliant upon third-party services
Apica Synthetic Monitoring provides integration support for leading APM, Cloud and analytics solutions. Integration provides correlation for faster troubleshooting, consolidated dashboard views and results reporting for improved dev-ops management decision-making.
Full API integration with AppDynamics APM software organizes web application activity into business transactions as the primary unit of performance monitoring and troubleshooting.
With full API Integration for CDN Traffic information from Akamai Luna Control, Apica Synthetic Monitoring provides insights into the need for content acceleration using its global monitoring agent network.
The integration enables Apica’s alerts to automatically trigger incidents within PagerDuty any time your website becomes unavailable.
Integration with Google Analytics provides insight into correlation between actual traffic metrics and on-going performance monitoring checks.
Splunk modular input add-on for pulling Apica 'Synthetic Monitoring' checks into Splunk for ease of indexing and analysis. It creates a new, configurable, data input type for Splunk.
Together with Op5, we have combined internal resource monitoring with customer perspective monitoring into one complete solution for IT professionals.
- Web services
- Mobile applications
- Smart TV applications
- Bank ID
- Business transactions
- Number of requests
- Number of DNS Lookups
- Number of connects
- Sent and received size
- Response time per URL and object
- Vital signs
- Server response time
- Print screens
- Vital signs
- First Paint
- DOM Content Load
- DOM complete.
Apica Synthetic Monitoring API
Next-generation monitoring for developers and partners
Apica Synthetic Monitoring API is a next-generation global monitoring network providing developers and Apica partners with highly scalable, customized, and granular website performance results using real web browsers.
By using a straightforward REST API, developers can easily incorporate performance details and related information into their existing environments. Built-in Selenium support provides advanced site navigation features and plugins extend monitoring capabilities to meet individual needs.
Monitor from your customer’s perspective
With presence in over 90 cities and more than 40 countries, Apica WPM API is among the largest global performance monitoring platforms available. The network monitors from real web browsers using Selenium scripts to measure user-journey performance metrics like booking flow, login function, search and much more. You choose which locations make the most sense based on your actual end-user locations.
Extend platform features with plugins
Plugin support is built in to Apica WPM API. In addition to using our real browsers, you can monitor with plugin features like trace route, ping, port, streaming and single url to do. We will soon include a plugin for monitoring Web-Socket applications and websites. New features and monitors can be added using plugins in Apica WPM API. If you have a specific need, let us know as we’re adding new plugins all the time.
Gain open access to granular performance data
The Apica WPM REST API is open to anyone, to integrate with and measure performance using real web browsers. Combined with Selenium, users run their own Selenium scripts while gathering detailed performance data for each object loaded from classic web content to AJAX data. All performance data is made available in an automatically generated HAR package including screenshots of each page loaded.
Worldwide Website Monitoring Agents
Apica agents are hosted on Windows/Linux servers in different locations, all over the world, from where we can conduct real browser monitoring and network tests on client websites and applications.
You can also have Inside Agents hosted inside your network for running local application monitoring and/or monitor services not exposed to the internet.
Resolve issues quickly
Apica Synthetic Monitoring provides DevOps teams with comprehensive information for resolving performance concerns.
Alerts by SMS and Email
The portal sends alerts by SMS and email if your website or application degrades
Integrate your Apica Synthetic Monitoring account with PagerDuty to Schedule alerts
Resolve issues quickly, as they happen. Error page Screen Shots provide context
Monitor your site's performance, absolutely free*
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