By Ralph Eck on Jul, 03, 2013
Apache Tomcat is the one of the world’s most extensively used application servers and has nurtured along its reputation with application developers due to its lightweight nature and ease of use and by providing a commanding application platform with none of the price or difficulty of the traditional Java Enterprise Edition platforms. Monitis is proud to… Read the full post
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By Ron Lyman on Jan, 22, 2013
This Week in Website Performance is a weekly feature of the Monitis.com blog. It summarizes recent articles about website performance. Why? Because your friends at Monitis.com care.
By zhirayr on Aug, 17, 2012
It has been talked about many, many times, so now it is naturally widely-known that any application, especially one that’s in production, must be monitored. When monitoring, it is important not only to evaluate the current status of the application, but, even more importantly, to predict future potential error situations. It is already standard practice… Read the full post
By Drago Z Kamenov on Apr, 04, 2012
In a previous article we introduced the JBoss JMX monitoring capabilities and the Monitis JMX agent. Since most JEE web applications store data in relational databases accessed through JDBC, and the database is the most frequently cited source of performance bottlenecks, let’s take a closer look at how Monitis can help you keep tabs on your… Read the full post
By Dan Fruehauf on Mar, 05, 2012
Webpage performance Web page performance as opposed to website performance is a bit more of an intricate job requiring familiarization with what is actually served on your website and how your web pages are woven together. If we’re talking about website performance – we most likely refer to web server performance – how fast requests… Read the full post
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By Hovhannes Avoyan on Feb, 23, 2012
Google Analytics (GA) is a free service provided by Google for collecting statistics about website visitors. The product is currently in use by around 57% of the 10,000 most popular websites across the globe. GA can track visitors, sessions, traffic sources, goal conversions, page performance metrics and more. GA is implemented by including what is… Read the full post