Detailed, real-time supervision

Dashboards and console views keep you informed of what is happening with your applications. Are they slow? Unavailable? Ekara gives you the visuals and the metrics to let you know at a glance how well you are serving your users.
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Dashboards with the right information

What could be better than a panorama showing the state of any or all of your applications in a single dashboard view? You can view summaries, the operations console, performance dashboards, incidents, and more!

Complete summary views

Ekara’s monitoring displays give you a complete view of your application monitoring. RUM and synthetic monitoring are summarized in a single display. All displays are color coded, offering a ‘weather report’ of availability and performance at a glance. Details are available by clicking to drill down into data. You can also focus your analysis on specific views.

Performance details 

Dive deep into performance measurements of each step of the user journeys on your applications. The timeframe is adjustable (day, week, month), and you can click to zoom in on specific events and finer-grain increments. The layers of color correspond to the metrics measured for the tracker or scenario in question. Drill down to a wealth of diagnostic information (waterfall, screenshots, video capture…).

Powerful data filters 

In addition, Ekara’s displays come with search filters. Ekara lets you adjust the results to home in on specific measurements. For example, you can decide to display results for mobile devices only, focus on a specific step in a user journey, or look more closely at a certain site or browser.

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Keep teams abreast of incidents

Ekara’s real-time dashboards give you visibility into any incidents or SLA threshold violations as they occur. Along with these console views, Ekara offers advanced alerting functionalities. This way, as soon as an incident affects service levels, your teams are aware that a noticeable impact on quality for end users may be coming up.

Technical teams can intervene right away, according to the severity of the event or the criticality of the service in question. Information on when and where issues are happening can be communicated immediately to helpdesk staff, who then have the information they need to reassure users and handle their complaints.

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