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Simulate visitor interaction with your site to monitor the end user experience.

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Simulate visitor interaction

Identify bottlenecks and speed up your website.

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Enhance your site performance with data from actual site visitors

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Real user insights in real time

Know how your site or web app is performing with real user insights

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Instant visibility into servers, virtual hosts, and containerized environments

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Comprehensive set of turnkey infrastructure integrations

Including dozens of AWS and Azure services, container orchestrations like Docker and Kubernetes, and more 

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Comprehensive, full-stack visibility, and troubleshooting

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Complete visibility into application issues

Pinpoint the root cause down to a poor-performing line of code

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Quickly jump into the relevant logs to accelerate troubleshooting

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Put Pingdom’s public status pages under your own custom domain

Public report page, or status pagePingdom’s new public reports (a.k.a. status pages) now support custom domains.

Normally your public report pages show up under the domain when you activate them, but now you can set up your own custom domain for them, for example

Needless to say, you can only do this for domain names you actually own and have control over, for example the domain name of your website.

It’s a very simple one-time procedure:

  1. First add a CNAME record to your DNS zone that points your custom domain name to
  2. Then add your custom domain in the Pingdom control panel under Public report->Settings. (Don’t forget to save by pressing Update.)

Public status page with custom domain
Above: Partial screenshot from the Pingdom control panel: Public report->Settings.

That’s all you need to do. The only thing to keep in mind is that it might take up to an hour before the custom domain starts working on our end.

Your status pages will still be hosted by Pingdom if you use a custom domain, so they will keep working even if your own website is down (provided your DNS servers aren’t all down as well).

Make it match: Since you can also customize the look of the public report (some examples here), you can make its colors match that of your regular website, and you can add your own logo as well.

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