Complaining end-users? A blame game between suppliers? Do you lack a grip on the performance of your IT? Create insight with Ymonitor performance monitoring
The performance of your IT depends on many different components and the eventual user experience is comprised of many levels. Where all of the individual components can appear to perform adequately, the end-user experience can still be unsatisfactory.
With Ymonitor, you measure the availability and performance of your IT environment from the end-user’s perspective. The actions of an end-user, such as opening the application or ordering a product, are encouraged from various locations and continuously measured. Results are displayed on your personal dashboard so that you have 24/7 insight into the performance of your IT.
We monitor all applications, trough all connections, on all locations and from all devices.
One single point of truth for all layers of IT and business on desktop, tablet and mobile.
Recognize data trends, detect anomalies, and correlate multiple data sources using the API.
Benchmark your performance data to the performance of comparable applications in similar environments
Receive alerts by email and sms and take proactive action before end-users experience impact
Index your performance data to determine the quality of your IT services
How does it work?
In order to objectively analyse the performance of your application, Ymor measures from the perspective of the end user. Measurement points are placed at relevant locations, which are used to measure the various actions. For example, opening the application or ordering a product are continuously simulated and measured. The results of these measurements are displayed on a personalised dashboard. If the performance deteriorates or the application is unavailable, this is displayed immediately on your dashboard, and you receive an alert.
With Ymonitor, you can monitor your key application chains, and identify any faults at an early stage. After a period of time, you can perform trend analyses, and see, for example, what the effects are of a new release, an increased number of users or the implementation of improvements in your IT landscape. Customers also often use the results of application performance monitoring as a steering tool vis- à-vis suppliers (on SLAs and XLAs), to get an objective picture of the experiences of end-users, but also to shorten resolution times and prevent incidents.