Enterprise Synthetic Documentation

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An application in Enterprise Synthetic is an organizational identifier that defines the application or website to monitor and the specific transactions that define the type and behavior of a monitorable application event and its performance or availability metric. For example, you could create an application called KonaKart and define the following types of transactions required to monitor the KonaKart online retail application:

  • Launch the application

  • Search for an item

  • Add to cart

  • Checkout

Enterprise Synthetic provides two types of transactions:

Active Transactions

Active transactions gauge the response times for key business applications against established thresholds using a dedicated scripting tool to replay scripted transactions.

Automated Checks Transactions

Automated Checks, also known as autochecks, incorporate Agent technology to check the performance and availability of common enterprise applications and the various aspects of the infrastructure used by those applications. For example, autochecks monitor the response times of individual URLs, web services, DBMS queries, DNS, named ports, pings, FTP, and LDAP.

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