Monitoring Web Applications-HP Performance Anywhere: Synthetic Monitoring Set Up

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Performance Anywhere enables you too, view you applications status and quickly detect problems, then isolate the problem and analyze their root cause. Select synthetic monitoring settings from the menu combo box located in the top right hand corner of the application overview interface. Click on the add application button. Enter an application name, then select a time zone and select the required public locations. Then click the done button. Now click on the transaction section of the application, now select add URL’s transactions option from the transactions drop menu. Enter the transaction URL address and click on the done button. Now select the add script transactions option from the transactions drop menu, you can select from two script options, a Vugen script or a true client script. Click on the browse button to select the required script. Now click on the use it button to validate it and upload it to the server. Notice all of the newly added transactions from the script on the left hand side of the pane. Now click on the alerts section of the application. Now click on the add alert button, there are three default alert type settings; availability, performance and analytics. Select availability from type, name the alert and select the severity level. Select the trigger type, enter the recipients. You can also use filters according to locations and/or transaction. Then click the done button. You have now completed the application creation process and can view the results in the application overview pane.
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