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White Paper | Presented by Catchpoint

API Monitoring: A Primer

APIs power today's connected digital world, extending the functionality of web applications and driving automation. While they improve extensibility and innovation, API's can also hurt your end-user's experience if integrations are not available or functioning properly, so API monitoring has become critical to protecting performance.

White Paper | Presented by Catchpoint

China: Setting Up a Web Presence in the World's Most Populous Nation

China represents a tremendous opportunity for online companies who can deliver a superior experience behind the "Great Firewall." Ecommerce sales in China are expected to reach $1 trillion by 2020 and the $17.8 billion spent on Single's Day in 2016 dwarfs the $3.45 billion spent on the US equivalent, Cyber Monday. But digital experience management in China requires a different strategy.

eBook | Presented by Catchpoint

Handbook: SLA Monitoring

With more applications moving to the cloud, the role of IT moves from managing performance and availability, to governance. Ensuring service level agreements (SLAs) are being met is important for both the consumer and provider of a SaaS service. SLAs provide the consumer with objective grading criteria and protection from poor service.

White Paper | Presented by Catchpoint

How to Start an IT Monitoring Initiative

Business performance is the only thing that really matters in terms of the goal of your IT monitoring activities. Infrastructure and operations leaders must use the best practice of a business-oriented, top-down approach and identify ways to improve overall monitoring costs and delivery.

eBook | Presented by Catchpoint

Using Digital Experience Monitoring for Cloud Performance Management

There's a lot of talk about migrating applications to the cloud and managing the cloud's performance, but what exactly does this mean?