Site24x7

Pleasanton, CA, USA
2006
Jul 29, 2020   |  By Mathangi K
All storage devices, whether on-premises or in the cloud, are used to store or maintain data in a server. To organize files based on usage and perform read/write operations, the disk is divided into separate portions called partitions. A partition can contain the entire disk space or some of it. Disk usage gives the amount of space used by the storage device to read/write an operation.
Jul 22, 2020   |  By Saranya S V
HTTP, which stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol, is a communication protocol used by your browser to connect to the web server of the site you're looking for. When HTTP data transfer between the browser and the web server is shared via unencrypted hypertext, anybody connected to your network can intercept the data you're transferring. To combat this, it's best to switch to HTTPS, the more secure extension of HTTP. You can't verify data integrity with HTTP
Jul 15, 2020   |  By Shrinivasan S S
With its open-source nature, PHP has evolved into one of the most popular languages among web developers. According to w3techs, 78 percent of websites across the globe use PHP as their server-side language. Even amongst the top 1,000 ranked sites, PHP is dominant, being used by more than 50 percent of them.
Jul 8, 2020   |  By Santhi
Reinventing any technology is an interminable process. When it comes to legacy infrastructure and virtualization, Nutanix took the giant leap to hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI). Dating back to 2009, Nutanix brought in HCI with the vision to invent a better way to build and manage data centers.
Jul 1, 2020   |  By zaheer
Applications have traditionally been run on servers, which have to be closely monitored to ensure there are no hindrances in production. In the case of serverless computing, you no longer have to manage servers, as the onus falls on cloud service providers. Read along to discover more about serverless computing, including some of its advantages and disadvantages. So what actually is serverless computing?
Jun 24, 2020   |  By Ranjani
Desktop applications are self-contained programs that operate without any external hosting software. While a web application typically requires a web server to translate the program into HTML content for the web browser to consume, desktop applications deliver the service directly to end-users. We use a number of desktop applications day to day, like conferencing tools, stock management software, source control desktop applications like GIT and Tortoise, photo editing tools, and so on.
Jun 22, 2020   |  By Divyasree S
Event-driven applications have become the foundation for developing modern digital applications. Application workflows are easier to automate with serverless frameworks, and Amazon EventBridge has revolutionized the way serverless applications are built. Since serverless is the new cool kid in the town, there has been a lot of infrastructure reengineering. This blog describes how alert-driven business logic can automate serverless workflows using Amazon EventBridge.
Jun 17, 2020   |  By Mathangi K
Virtual machines (VMs) are one of the on-demand, scalable computing resources that Microsoft Azure offers. They enable streamlined allocation of resources in backup, disaster recovery, and deployment environments. A VM is typically chosen when you need more control over your computing environment. However, Azure VMs come with the challenge of simultaneously monitoring them across multiple environments when the VMs are spread unevenly, with some being overutilized and others underutilized.
Aug 7, 2020   |  By Site24x7
Site24x7 Service Maps provides a visual representation of your complex application architecture and acts as the first step for troubleshooting.
Aug 6, 2020   |  By Site24x7
Your cloud cost management strategy should do more than just eliminating inefficient spending. In this webinar we tell you how you can benefit with a cloud cost management tool.
Aug 6, 2020   |  By Site24x7
Learn how you can use status pages to effectively communicate incidents to your end users.
Jul 29, 2020   |  By Site24x7
Learn how you can use status pages to keep your users in the loop during a downtime and transparently communicate incident status.
Jul 24, 2020   |  By Site24x7
Learn how you can monitor the availability of your AWS resources without spending on CloudWatch API calls.
Jul 20, 2020   |  By Site24x7
Site24x7's brand reputation and blacklist check helps you maintain a positive brand reputation and increase your customer's trust in your business.
Jul 15, 2020   |  By Site24x7
Learn how you can use status pages to keep your users in the loop during a downtime and transparently communicate incident status.
Jul 14, 2020   |  By Site24x7
Complement your IT monitoring metrics from Site24x7 with Analytics.
Oct 29, 2018   |  By Site24x7
The number of companies using internet as their business platform has increased at an exponential rate in the past decade.
Oct 1, 2018   |  By Site24x7
In today’s connected society, the demands placed on data center professionals is at an all-time high due to the need for modern devices to always have connectivity.
Sep 1, 2018   |  By Site24x7
Site24x7 combines web performance monitoring from a user perspective, key performance indicators across infrastructure, and deep app code visibility, making life for IT Operations teams easier!
Aug 1, 2018   |  By Site24x7
The whitepaper discusses the need to measure end-user experience from a global perspective and how Site24x7 can help organizations achieve optimal level of quality end-user experience.
Jul 1, 2018   |  By Site24x7
Understand how your DevOps team can benefit by using an application performance monitoring tool.

Site24x7 offers unified cloud monitoring for DevOps and IT operations with monitoring capabilities extending to analyzing the experience of real users accessing websites and applications from desktop and mobile devices.

All-in-One Monitoring Solution:

  • Monitor Website Performance: Monitor the performance of internet services like HTTPS, DNS Server, FTP Server, SSL/TLS Certificate, SMTP Server, POP Server, URLs, REST APIs, SOAP Web Service, and more from 90+ global locations (or via wireless carriers) and those within a private network.
  • Server Monitoring: Stay on top of outages and pinpoint server issues with root cause analysis capabilities. Create custom plugins and monitor critical attributes. Monitor Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, VMware and Docker.
  • Synthetic Web Transaction Monitoring: Record and simulate multi-step user interactions in a real browser and optimize login forms, shopping carts and other applications.
  • Application Performance Monitoring for DevOps: Identify application servers and app components that are generating errors. Monitoring for Java, .NET, Ruby, PHP, AWS, Azure and mobile platforms.
  • Network Monitoring: Comprehensive monitoring for critical network devices such as routers, switches and firewalls. Assist network teams get deep performance visibility required to manage complex networks.
  • Public and Private Cloud Monitoring: Get complete visibility across your cloud resources. Monitor workloads and troubleshoot app performance on cloud and virtualization platforms like Amazon Web Services, Azure and VMware.

Monitoring Availability and End User Experience Made Simple.