May 25 2020 By Posted in Product News

Introducing Ekara Real User Monitoring

Product line: Ekara Version: 20.1 Available from: June 2020   After many months of intensive work backstage, we are proud to announce the launch of Ekara, our brand new application monitoring product line.     Why Ekara? ip-label is putting on the finishing touches and getting ready for the kickoff of Ekara, our one-of-a-kind ...

April 08 2020 By Posted in Product News

A new OCR tool for Newtest Robot

Product line: Newtest Version: Robot 8.2 Availability: May 2020   To carry out its task of monitoring of business applications in Windows environments, Newtest calls upon two key technologies: image recognition and optical character recognition.   Image recognition searches for graphical patterns on the screen and is recommended ...

April 06 2020 By Posted in Product News

Major revision of security protocols (TLS 1.2, SHA-512, AES)

Product line: Newtest Version: 4.2 Availability: Summer 2020 After a decade without any developments, web cryptographic protocols are undergoing a small revolution this year with the announcement of the deprecation of TLS 1.1.   The TLS 1.2 revolution! TLS is the cryptographic protocol used in all HTTP/S browser exchanges. It is ...

October 23 2019 By Posted in Product News

Newtest Alerting Module (‘NAM’) becomes a core module of Newtest Enterprise Portal

Alert fatigue is a well-known problem in the control room where too many monitoring systems too often send alerts that are not always relevant or lack the necessary high-level aggregation.   Newtest is one of the key monitoring technologies for modern Operations Teams when it comes to application performance measurements. As such, we, at ip-label had to make ...

October 18 2019 By Posted in Product News

Newtest now integrates 2 new plugins for Splunk & Nagios

Newtest2Splunk and Newtest2Nagios, for ready-made integration of Newtest data into your current systems monitoring.   Splunk

September 27 2019 By Posted in Product News

Welcome to Datametrie FLOW

Nowadays we are living in a ‘mobile first’ world: smartphones have become the leading device for using applications, even business apps. The DevOps revolution has totally revamped ways of developing software. Meanwhile, cloud computing has become the norm, and has imposed pay-per-use, subscriptions, and API interfaces. Because the world is changing, your needs are ...

February 25 2019 By Posted in Expertise

Time To Interact, Speed Index: all about the new user experience measurements

The web is dynamic – so much so that everybody (web agencies, hosting providers, digital teams) claims your new site is lightning fast… even if no one agrees on how to measure it or what the numbers mean! It’s time take stock of the various metrics available to you and what they tell you about your website’s performance.   Is my site fast ...

March 14 2018 By Posted in Expertise

Website performance impacted by Google Ad Services failure

On Tuesday March 13th, an unusual, or to put it more aptly, an extremely rare event occurred: a major failure of Google’s advertisement services. Let’s review this incident briefly to see what we can learn from it   Downtime for Google Ad Services: website performance impacted Our web monitoring tools found that there was a ...

March 20 2015 By Posted in Expertise

Antivirus software providers and performance

This month, we looked at antivirus software delivered online, a business segment where the Czech Republic has two well-known champions. We found a very mature market with still some surprises...   How do AVG & Avast perform versus other global competitors? The antivirus software industry is a favourite sector in the Czech Republic and ...

February 27 2015 By Posted in Expertise

The importance of user context and performance

Webmasters beware: do not let your users’ browser ruin their online experience... and your online revenues. Based on two Czech examples, this article takes a look at how browsers can affect the response times and reliability of a website and discusses whether this is worth worrying about.   Back in the old days (sometime before 2010), Internet ...