Monitor the health, page load speed, and performance of your website.
Check site availability and know how does your site respond with the status of your web application aorund-the-clock with the help of the Website availability tool.
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Prevent failures and downtime by monitoring your website 24*7 with the help of the Synthetic monitoring that Atatus offers and identify the performance spikes that affect your website.
When you're running a website, one of the most important things to keep track of is website uptime. Websites are subject to many different factors that can cause them to go offline, or experience downtime. Uptime is the percentage of time that your site is up and running and available to visitors. It's important to monitor uptime because if your site is down, your visitors can't access it.
Using the following formula, you can calculate the uptime of your web hosting server:
The total number of hours your website is available divided by the total number of hours per year multiplied by 100.
That means, uptime = (Total available time/total time per year) x 100
Consider the following example. We know that there are 365 days per year so in terms of hours, there are a total of 365 x 24 = 8760 hours. And if there were 3 hours of downtime per year, then the calculation would be:
(8757 / 8760) x 100 = 99.96%
Websites are a critical part of doing business online. They are the face of your company and need to be available when customers want to find you. But what factors affect website uptime? Here are four key factors:
Website downtime can be frustrating for users, and can also lead to lost revenue for businesses.
Checking website availability is important to ensure that your site is accessible to users. There are a few different ways to do this, including online tools and manual testing.
We will send a request to your server to load your website. It is determined that the site is up or available when the test server receives a response code of "200 ok." As soon as we get the response, we display the domain name, page loading time and the status of the web page. Just enter your website URL, and we will check it's availability immediately.
Our website availability tool check website's response time and detects how fast your site loads. You can use this tool to identify the availability of your website.
Website performance can also affect the availability of your website if the poor performance affects the user from performing or completing any task.
The number one problem with poor performance is large images. Inadequate design and setup contribute to poor performance.
To improve the performance of your website, consider asynchronously loading render blocking content, utilizing compression, caching, browser hints, limiting third-party content, and leveraging CDNs to reduce latency.
With the help of the Synthetic monitoring you can easily identify how well your web application is performing by simulating user interactions.
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