Published By: AppNeta
Published Date: Oct 28, 2013
Performance for end users is the metric by which most businesses judge their web applications’ performance: is the responsiveness of the application an asset or a liability to the business? Studies show that users are growing more and more demanding, while average page-loads are getting bigger and bigger. Combine that with frequent releases and cross-business updates, and pretty soon the optimization job is never quite done.
In this O'Reilly report, author Andy Still points out:
• How the advantages of using cloud-based systems outweigh the disadvantages
• How you can closely monitor system elements that you don’t control, with Real User Monitoring (RUM) and other tools
• How to use a CDN and cache data as close to users as possible
• How to architect your systems to gracefully handle potential cloud service failures
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Accessible through a web-based, interactive dashboard, the latest version of the ClarusIPC Plus+ solution integrates performance management capabilities that create real-world "What-if" scenarios to predict capacity issues before they have a chance to impact end users. By monitoring KPI's such as server health, gateway capacity, media resources and device registration, you consistently maintain the ability to estimate future bandwidth needs.