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Web checks have a new name: Synthetic monitors

Because “Synthetic monitoring” is such a widely used standard term for the automated availability monitoring of web applications, we’ve decided it’s time for a renaming of our web check monitoring functionality. Dynatrace…
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Web checks have a new name: Synthetic monitoring

Because “Synthetic monitoring” is such a widely used standard term for the automated availability monitoring of web applications, we’ve decided it’s time for a renaming of our web check monitoring functionality. Dynatrace…
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Waterfall findings and JavaScript error details included in web checks

Web check analysis just got even better. Following the recent introduction of user-action waterfall analysis and JavaScript error analysis into Dynatrace real user monitoring, we’ve now made both features additionally available for web…
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Monitor availability of applications that require basic login

To monitor the availability of applications that can only be accessed following basic login, we’ve enhanced Dynatrace availability web checks so that they now support basic user authentication, in addition to our long-standing LoginSense…
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Now you can verify application accessibility to web-check IP addresses

November 16, 2016by Alexander SommerEnsuring the worldwide availability of your web application is key to your business success. This is why we’ve made it possible to now check your application’s accessibility to the IP addresses…
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Availability monitoring: Web checks now use Chrome 53

November 3, 2016by Alexander SommerDynatrace web checks use the Google Chrome browser to drive real web sessions with full HTML5/AJAX support during availability monitoring. We’ve upgraded the browser version we use for web checks…
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Web check device profiles & frequency estimates

June 29, 2016by Alexander FrancoeurWe’ve improved the web-check creation workflow with the introduction of some great new enhancements. Assign device profiles Now when you create a web check, you can select the device profile of the device…