Catchpoint OnPrem Agent uses synthetic monitoring to discover issues earlier, like packet loss and slow services.
Cut through the complexities and dive deeper into your data to pinpoint problems across several layers, like your network and DNS, and vendors, such as cloud providers, SaaS providers, and ISPs.
Troubleshooting can become a costly task when the IT insight you need is not onsite. Catchpoint OnPrem Agent can significantly reduce your IT costs by decreasing time to resolution.
Create custom dashboards to tailor your monitoring solution to your specific needs. Several dashboards can be created to give each team a custom view. Use the public URLs to share performance charts with anyone.
Monitor the SaaS applications your company relies on for daily productivity. Also, our transaction testing uses Selenium scripts, allowing you to measure key workflows your employees must perform.
Troubleshooting is more efficient than ever with OnPrem Agent. Use a screenshot or traceroute to
quickly decipher the source of any problem.
Our intuitive alerting infrastructure can alert on any metric captured and offers historical trailing thresholds and trend shift detection. The alert email includes screenshots, traceroute, and DNS traversal.
Delve into your data using our vast charting capabilities.
Averages can’t be trusted and medians are not enough. Get immediate answers with advanced statistical options, like distribution heatmaps and CDF(Cumulative Distribution Function).
Compare side by side trends in historical time intervals to quickly understand pattern changes. Our performance charts allow you to compare up to four distinct time intervals.
Examine the detail of an individual test run in one comprehensive view. It provides superior analysis to onsite manual testing.
Monitor and measure your website utilizing Chrome or Internet Explorer.
Use Selenium script to monitor transactions with 1+ webpages and actions.
Monitor and measure your mobile site by loading 1+ mobile webpage actions.
Run queries continuously to recursively or directly measure your infrastructure.
Use a scripting language to run API transactions and measure performance.
Measure performance by establishing a connection and sending data.
Run ICMP, UDP, and TCP traceroutes to measure latency and packet loss.
Run ICMP, UDP, and TCP pings to measure issues with a specific server.
Measure request components, like buffering and bandwidth, of a stream.
Load a snippet of HTML to measure the downloading and rendering of HTML.
Monitor and measure the performance and availability of a remote FTP server.
Connect to an SMTP server to monitor a mail server, and send test emails.
Connecting to a host and port with the option to send request data.
Connect to and run Shell commands to measure performance of a server.