Benchmarking is primarily about comparing and gauging the quality and effectiveness of different services to identify where there's room for improvement. Our Global Benchmarking Report for website lets you see how your website compares to others, which helps you quickly assess problem areas and establish realistic SLA goals for the future. Today, we're excited to announce that we've extended the benchmarking feature for your API endpoints and REST applications as well.
Benchmarking your endpoints from multiple global locations
Our Global Benchmark Report now lets you compare and analyze the performance trends of 25 monitors or 25 monitor groups from up to eight monitoring locations. You can use this report to measure the availability and response time trends of your various websites and endpoints; you can also view the aggregated data as an average or 95th percentile value. You can even share the report with your peers for internal benchmarking via PDF or email.
With this upgraded report, you can now club different websites, API endpoints, and REST applications into common monitor groups for quick baselining. Find out how it works.
Creating a benchmark report for API endpoints
Creating a Global Benchmark Report is easy. Just select the monitor resources, metric, time period, and global locations while configuring your benchmark report and generate the report instantly. You can read our help guide to learn how to create and interpret the Global Benchmark Report.
As always, if you have any questions or feedback, you can get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or post your questions on this forum thread.