The network is crucial for your web application uptime. ThousandEyes
helps you quickly determine whether your app, your network or another network is at fault.
Quickly Correlate Application and Network Performance
Go beyond standard website monitoring metrics such as availability and response time.
Immediately understand how your web performance is affected by the network, with
visibility into routing, end-to-end performance and path tracing. Know whether
performance degradation is caused by DNS, network connections or web server errors.
A Smarter Approach to Page Load Time
Web pages are getting bulkier — composed of ads, scripts and media from remote networks. ThousandEyes is a
network-aware approach to accurately measure, benchmark and alert on page load times.
Object-Level Data and Alerts
Alert on response time by object and domain, so you're notified only
when your assets are slow. Or only when your vendor is responsible.
Full Path Visibility
Path visualization pinpoints where problems occur, whether at the
endpoint, local network, wide area network, ISP or data center.
Playback Performance Anytime
Fast forward, rewind and replay an outage to understand exactly
what went wrong and then save the event for later forensics.
Find the Root Cause of Loss and Latency
Finding where and why network issues affect your application performance doesn't have to be difficult.
Web transactions capture performance data across pages and down engagement funnels. ThousandEyes
makes it easy to record transactions, compare global performance data and schedule reporting for your team.
Open Source Scripting
Start collecting transaction data with an easy-to-use recorder using open-source Selenium scripts.
Global Monitoring Coverage
Track performance across countries, metro areas and networks with our global constellation of Cloud Agents.
Powerful Reporting Engine
Benchmark performance and compare across time with a fully customizable reporting interface.
Global Network of Cloud Agents
Cloud Agents are globally distributed, installed and managed by ThousandEyes and are shared across multiple customers.