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Monitoring is essential to ensuring that digital properties are performing and functional. Because digital performance monitoring works best if you are watching all key areas of your sites and applications, customers rely on Rigor to provide ongoing insight as to the performance of their sites.This is important for companies of all sizes, however, enterprise organizations also face the added challenge of monitoring hundreds or thousands of business critical and revenue generating websites or web-based applications at scale. To effectively...

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Memorial Day is both somber and celebratory. Dedicated to remembering those who have fallen while serving in the United States military, Memorial Day also marks the unofficial kickoff of summer.One of the highlights of this three-day weekend is the sales, especially on seasonal items, such as barbecue grills, outdoor furniture, and other summertime mainstays. Regardless of what you’re selling, Memorial Day weekend has the potential to be a busy day for online sales, so here are some tips and tricks to ensure that your site performs well d...

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For an e-commerce professional, an influx of customers is a great problem to have. A greater volume of customers purchasing from your store is the classic sign of success, after all. But along with the growth of any business, new challenges inevitably arise. One particularly crippling effect of website growth is increased server strain.Consider the case of retail giant Target, whose website crashed twice in a span of just six weeks last holiday season. In one occurrence, the website went offline for approximately two and a half hours during...

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Oftentimes we hear people say "I don't need monitoring because my website is monitored by my hosting company." Even if this is true to some extent, there are still some reasons that you should conduct your own monitoring.Here are a few things to consider:Most hosting companies monitor the sites they service from their own datacenter. The problem here is that users are not located in the datacenter, and instead access your site with their own computers and internet connections. Connections that are executed outside of the datacent...

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