A company with thousands of remote employees connecting to the same SaaS applications will randomly experience slowness. How can we troubleshoot this sluggishness?
Synthetic monitoring can help you proactively track the performance and health of your networks, applications and services. In the first post of this multi-part series, Kentik’s Anil Murty will share how synthetic monitoring can also help you drive better business outcomes.
G-Core Labs uses Kentik Synthetics. With continuous, proactive monitoring in place, find out how G-Core Labs achieves fast, accurate visibility, reduced infrastructure costs, automation to save time, and the ability to uphold SLAs and maintain quality of service for customers.
Cloud solutions architect Ted Turner describes how Kentik Synthetics easily uncovers network-related latencies that often cascade into cloud application performance problems — DevOps teams take note.
In this post, we show how Kentik Synthetic Monitoring supports high-frequency tests with sub-minute intervals, providing network teams with a tool that captures what’s happening in the network, including subtle degradations.
What is synthetic testing, and where do point solutions fail? In this blog post, Kentik Co-founder and CEO Avi Freedman discusses network performance testing and why Kentik designed an autonomous and affordable synthetic monitoring capability that is fully integrated into our network observability platform.
Kentik software engineer Will Glozer gives us a peek under the hood of Kentik’s new synthetic monitoring solution, explaining how and why Kentik used the Rust programming language to build its network monitoring agent.