Internet Resilience Program Benefits
1. Optimize incident management with reliable alerts
Test frequency and alerting go hand in hand to make sure that your mean time to detect (MTTD) is as low as possible. Below are popular alert types featuring advanced settings, alongside examples of dashboards and visualizations that participants can customize to observe what matters.
2. Pinpoint the root cause of failures
Automatically run ping, traceroute, and DNS traversal tests on the primary and referenced hosts whenever tests fail to identify potential issues. You can capture information, metrics, and content from HTTP Headers to set meaningful alerts and escalation thresholds to eliminate false positives.
3. Focus on what matters
Hosts and Zones enable you to bucket webpage objects to easily identify the source of poor performance as first-party, third-party, CDN, etc. The Hosts and Zones will appear as columns that you can use to quickly filter waterfall reports.
4. Reduce Noise
Precisely configure alerts based off only predefined criteria if, for example, you do not want to be alerted to a misfiring third-party tag in the early morning hours.
5. Visualize the end-user perspective
Catchpoint with WebPageTest offers an array of enhancements that bring traditional waterfall charts to life. Adding filmstrip, screenshots, headers and response content lets you gain insights into exactly what your customers are experiencing, so you can troubleshoot and resolve issues instantly.