Do the Math
The following resources will help you determine the savings you can realize by using the WebSitePulse advanced monitoring services.
A. Without WebSitePulse
1. In most cases it will take at least 1-2 hours before you find out that your website or web system is down during the day and 5-6 hours during the night.
Therefore, your downtime before even troubleshooting begins is between 60 and 360 minutes per incident. Here are some typical numbers showing average losses provided by APM Advisors
to help your calculations.
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Please, note that the above calculations do not include any indirect costs resulting from a malfunction of your website. You will have to take into consideration additional promotional and advertising expenditures needed to restore the lost confidence (and traffic) of your visitors after getting the "This page is unavailable" message for at least one hour.
Please, also note that using some of WebSitePulse advanced monitoring features results in further reduction of your downtime. Online tools such as:
- Trace route;
- Instant test;
- PING test;
- Full Page breakdown,
enable web-systems operators and IT professionals to instantly identify the source of a malfunction. Troubleshooting in these cases starts immediately thus, reducing the overall downtime and increasing the cost-effectiveness of your operations.
Please, do not forget WebSitePulse customizable Reports with drill-down capabilities serving you to analyze your web-performance and pro-actively protect your web-investments from loss and failure in the future.
A word of wisdom:
Even if you have entered "100%" as the value for your uptime, with the increasing complexity of the Internet, past performance is never a guarantee for future results.
Is the ($300/ year) too much for your peace of mind?
With WebSitePulse, you'd rather take IT easy™.