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Grimy
Brisbane, Queensland
440 posts
Hi folks.

We're looking at getting an ecommerce site hosted with a reputable provider, just looking for some recommendations on monitoring software (opensource or not) that will chart performance stats. Not so much just up/down, but load times of images, time between page loads / links etc.

This may not be very straight forward given the ecommerce nature in that everything will be SSL but thought I'd throw it out there. Site will be based on the magento ecommerce stuff.

Cheers
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BoDGie
Brisbane, Queensland
601 posts
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stinky
USA
3740 posts
^^ agreed. what he said plus google analytics for another view ( especially if you want to track adwords campaigns etc ) and PagerDoody to wake you up at strange hours to fix it when it breaks.


although once you're [way] bigger you might want to roll your own using logstash/sensu/statsd/graphite/etc
01:50am 28/11/12 Permalink
do0b
Brisbane, Queensland
4470 posts
new relic is the shizzle but its expensive. if you want something cheap i used site24x7 its reasonably priced and decent.

otherwise you could use PRTG it has advanced http(s) sensors that can do what you need, free version as well.

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redhat
Sydney, New South Wales
854 posts
You can either do real user monitoring or synthetic monitoring. I suspect you want synthetics.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Real_user_monitoring
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synthetic_monitoring

Here's a couple of the synthetic guys I've come across for a managed solution.
http://www.nimsoft.com/solutions/nimsoft-cloud-user-experience.html
http://www.compuware.com/application-performance-management/gomez-apm-products.html
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HerbalLizard
Brisbane, Queensland
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BoDGie Posted
Do This
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