Identify bottlenecks and speed up your website.
Know how your site or web app is performing with real user insights
Including dozens of AWS and Azure services, container orchestrations like Docker and Kubernetes, and more
Pinpoint the root cause down to a poor-performing line of code
Quickly jump into the relevant logs to accelerate troubleshooting
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In a world where smartphones are the go-to devices to access online content, mobile web performance is crucial to online success. Track how fast your site is for both mobile and desktop users with SolarWinds® Pingdom®.
Your website speed on mobile devices may not necessarily be the same as on desktop due to network limitations, data throttling, and many other factors. However, uptime needs to be monitored in the same way for desktop users. You need a network of test servers in various locations to ping your website regularly and detect if there’s an outage, triggering an immediate alert. This is what Pingdom offers.
Monitoring uptime is simply one part of the story. At the end of the day, it’s the entire end user experience that matters most. Pingdom offers handy tools to help you verify how fast your site is for actual visitors and website elements are underperforming or have failed.
Pingdom is a highly capable tool for web performance and availability monitoring, but what makes it exceptional is its flexibility and extensibility for developers. The Pingdom API, which is RESTful and HTTP-based, allows developers to automate interactions with the synthetic monitoring. They can write their own scripts or applications, making the most of Pingdom capabilities, which otherwise are accessible only from within the Pingdom product. There are endless possibilities with the Pingdom API. Teams can use the API and webhooks to get alerts on their preferred applications (Slack, PagerDuty, etc.). They can also view various graphs from Pingdom in Klipfolio for unified analysis, over even create a Jira ticket for any outage using Zapier. Developers can use CRUD endpoints for automated configuration of uptime and transaction checks in larger dynamic environments. You can learn more about the Pingdom API and what makes it developer-friendly here.
Web developers and IT operations teams need many tools and services to stay on top of the environments they manage. Pingdom integrates with third-party apps for customized alerting/incident management, reporting, and dashboards. In this way, Pingdom can complement your organizations’ existing tools and processes for monitoring and management of websites and supporting infrastructure. Learn more about these integrations here.