End-user experience monitoring for healthcare

How vital is monitoring? We liken it to using a heart rate monitor for your applications to safeguard end-user experiences and improve visibility across complex environments.


How vital is monitoring?

Healthcare applications are often mission-critical, meaning that any downtime can have serious consequences.

End-user experience monitoring can help to prevent these kinds of problems by providing early warning signs when an application is starting to experience performance issues. This allows IT teams to take action before the situation becomes critical.

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Benefits of Synthetic Monitoring in Healthcare?

Synthetic monitoring works by simulating user interactions with an application. This can be done using real devices or emulators. Once the synthetic transactions have been recorded, they can be played back on a regular basis to check for any performance issues.

The benefits of using synthetic monitoring include the following:

  1. Early detection of performance issues: Synthetic monitoring can help to identify performance issues before they impact actual users. This allows you to take corrective action before the situation becomes critical.
  2. Reduced downtime: By identifying and fixing performance issues before they impact users, synthetic monitoring can help to reduce downtime.
  3. Improved diagnostics: Synthetic monitoring can be used to diagnose problems that have already occurred. By analyzing performance data, it may be possible to pinpoint the root cause of an issue and fix it before it happens again.
Why has Synthetic Monitoring become vital in recent years?