||Web Page Speed (Browser)
||Web Transaction (Browser)
|What does it Monitor?
||Invokes HTTP/HTTPS request and checks the availability and performance of your web server from global locations. Monitors HTTP/HTTPS access, DNS resolve time, first byte and throughput
||Uses a real browser (Eg. Mozilla Firefox) to check full page load time of your website from 90+ global locations
||Monitor the availability and performance of multi-step web transactions, such as online shopping cart
||Monitor the availability and performance of multi-step web transactions, such as online shopping cart using a real browser
||Checks expiry of SSL/TLS certificate and proper HTTPS handshake
||Tests if your DNS is resolving properly simulating a real DNS query as configured
|Ideal for Monitoring
||Ideal to make sure website is up with minimum overhead
||Ideal to analyze how the website page loads from an end user prespective
||Ideal to monitor web application response time. Can be tested more frequenty as it applies lesser load on target application (No JS, CSS, scripts are loaded)
||Ideal for monitoring web applications that contain form fillings and AJAX content
||SSL certificates of a domain
||Ideal for checking DNS servers for performance and outages
|How does it Monitor?
||Invokes server side code (Java) to monitor the website page
||Loads full web page and all elements like HTML, CSS, JS, third party scripts in a real browser
||Monitors via server side programs. Actual rendering of a web page does not occur. Cookies and other session are handled automatically
||Monitors via a real browser (Mozilla Firefox). Actual rendering of the web page takes place. Cookies and other session are handled by the browser
||Groups all the SSL/TLS certificates linked with a HTTPS server and validates the SSL Certificate if its expired or not
||Initiates a full DNS query and compares the IP returned by the DNS server to a pre-configured set
|What is analyzed?
||Server response time
||Load times of all components of a web page are analyzed
||Server response time of the web application sequence. Only HTML content of the requests are analyzed
||Multi-step Web Applications. All components of the web reseponse are loaded including CSS, images, links loaded from third party websites and AJAX requests
||DNS resolution time for a domain
||Supports response time split-up based on DNS time, connection time, first byte time, last byte time and average value
||Waterfall model of how the components are loaded. Response time of sub domains or other domains used. IPs, breakup of requests by domains, type of elements are captured
||Response time of the actual HTML content is only considered
||Response time of the web page which includes CSS, images, links loaded from third party websites etc.
||Response time of the DNS server
|Do the Site24x7 monitor support internet / intranet?
||Internet and Intranet (via On Premise Poller)
||Internet and Intranet
||Internet and Intranet (via Linux based On-Premise Poller)
||Internet and Intranet
|Do you support HTTP & HTTPS?
|What is the check frequency supported by the monitor?
||Once in a day