January 22 2015 Posted in Expertise
Conventional passive methods measure the time between a user action that results in page loading (such as a click on a URL) and the onload event. In particular this is the case of any method where the script is injected automatically into the web site that is being monitored, as is done by APM tools. This approach is perfect for sites that have a classic kind of design. It is much less perfect ...
January 17 2015 Posted in Connected Services
Internet: the third wave – the biggest of all?
There are 28 billion good reasons to take an interest in the topic. The internet of things (IoT) is becoming the third wave of internet development. Fixed internet took us by storm in the 1990s, when about a billion people became connected. The second wave, mobile internet, brought aboard another 2 billion in the years 2000. The internet of things has the potential of connecting around 30 ...
December 16 2014 Posted in Product News
CloudScripting: visual replay of scenario operation from the monitoring console
We are pleased to inform you that several new features which were developed over the summer are now up and running in the Datametrie extranet: Calendar: flexible selection of start and end dates for a measurement observation period
December 09 2014 Posted in Connected Services
A market that Gartner estimates at 300 billion dollars by 2020 is attracting attention and whetting appetites! Smart and connected objects are popping up everywhere and are the subject of conferences far and wide. Gartner also puts the summer of 2014 at the “peak of inflated expectations” of its cycle ...
December 08 2014 Posted in Expertise
What web performance means to car manufacturers
Together with our partner, Computerworld, this month we will be looking at performance benchmarks within the car manufacturing industry within the Czech Republic. This study will highlight the performance challenge experienced by the car industry. The web performance race ip-label measures this months showed that Skoda website is on ...