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Synthetic browser monitoring

Synthetic monitoring is a proactive approach to monitoring the performance and availability of websites, web applications, and APIs. Synthetic monitoring practices involve simulating user interactions and transactions from external locations to emulate real-world usage scenarios.
Synthetic monitoring creates artificial transactions or user journeys that mimic typical user behavior, such as visiting webpages, submitting forms, or making transactions. These synthetic transactions are periodically executed from various monitoring locations around the world, allowing organizations to continuously assess the performance and availability of their digital assets from an end-user perspective.
Here are the synthetic monitors supported in Site24x7:


Learn more about our synthetic monitoring capabilities.

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