Director of eCommerce at A well known Telco
22 October 2009 04:44am
I am looking at Keynote and Gomez in terms of regular testing on our ecommerce sites and systems.
I am worried we might have load/performance issues from nodes we do not know about.
I am just curious as to what I should be expecting to pay?
I have a feeling I am going to turn blue - so I am wondering who else I should be speaking to besides these guys? (Keynote and Gomez)
Our presence is
UK, US, CA, AU, NZ
So worldwide performance monitoring matters
Technical Project Manager (MBA, MBCS, CITP, CEng) at Naxtech.com
25 October 2009 22:00pm
I am not sure exactly what features/functionality you are after in terms of monitoring, but have you actually considered creating your own internal monitoring system?
It may be a lot easier than you think, but it all depends on the features you are after. Worldwide performance monitoring is not necessarily a difficult thing.
Deniswww.naxtech.com - web development and online marketing
franchise holder at Les Bons Voisins
15 November 2009 13:44pm
When I was in the IPO we had more trouble with data mining and attacks than with genuine load management.
We had made some preparations by having a mirror site maintained from a remote location to help with unexpected access problems to our main site. We had load balancing ESX solutions to manage the incoming activity across servers, but we still found that unless we monitored the incoming hits we had problems. When a data mining tool sets up 500k hits during a morning it's always going to hurt. That also led to problems on our software, which is when it gets technical/operational rather than strategic. I can give you more but I'm not sure it's what you are searching for.
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