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If so, ask yourself:
Once you receive an uptime alert it's already too late: your website is already down. Performance monitors can provide warning minutes or hours before problems occur.
Using a Synthetic User Journey will enable you to send warnings when your key processes fall below a set threshold.
Monitor your key processes - adding to the basket, searching for products, checkout - and break down your measurements into each action taken by a customer.
Use this data to build a performance benchmark and to learn where speed improvements can be made.
User journeys can be run from locations across the globe, showing how your app performance varies internationally.
Install a Real User Monitor to learn how real customers interact with the site and to leverage their demographics data in your performance monitoring.
Measure individual pages and their statistics based on real-user data as well as Synthetic Journey monitors to build a complete picture of your performance.
Using this combined data, you can determine a wide variety of vital metrics, including: what your slowest resources are, speed based on visitor and server location, if any errors are occurring, the impact on visitor load speed, the performance outcome of your latest deployments - and much, much more.