Stay proactive with Catchpoint’s global testing network
Gain full visibility into performance
Dynatrace is abandoning all backbone and broadband testing locations and starting over in the cloud. But this type of synthetic monitoring can’t emulate real end-user conditions, leaving you blind to end-user issues. If you want to detect problems before they impact your end users, you need vantage points across all delivery components. Catchpoint offers the most comprehensive testing infrastructure across ISP, backbone, broadband, cloud, last mile, and wireless locations.
Benefits of our global testing network include:
Accurate picture of user EXPERIENCE
Greater visibility into the entire delivery chain means fewer false positives and false negatives.
20+ test types across infrastructure, network, and application layers help you work across teams to identify and fix issues fast.
Ensure reachability, mitigate outages
Catchpoint goes beyond simple up-or-down measurements offered by APM synthetics.
Why switch to Catchpoint?
We’ve expanded this visibility by adding 20+ test types and building our platform on powerful, proprietary analytics engine.
Fix more issues
Combine our 800+ vantage points with 20+ test-types
Our comprehensive test types have helped IT Ops, DevOps, SRE, networking, and corporate IT teams at hundreds of enterprises work together to find and fix issues fast. Popular monitoring use cases include web pages, mobile, hosts and zones, CDN, DNS, networks, and SaaS applications.
Get iron-clad data for SLA enforcement
Whether managing vendor or customer SLAs, monitoring within the limited visibility of the cloud just won’t cut it. Catchpoint’s test types and global vantage points provide the end-to-end insight into performance needed to enforce or defend SLAs.
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Limits of synthetic testing from the cloud
Other DEM providers have built their entire synthetic monitoring network in the cloud. But cloud testing locations have limited uses. Cloud testing devices are located outside of the delivery chain between the end user and the application, which means they are unable to emulate the conditions of end user experience. This means you lose visibility of any component that lies between your cloud-hosted application(s) and your end users.