Phixios, INC Announces New Website Monitoring Service From the Cloud

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Phixios created a Website Monitoring service to complement existing ICMP Monitoring and Full Monitoring cloud services. The Website Monitoring service allows clients to monitor the performance of their public website(s) without the need for agents and/or hardware in their environment. This service is affordable and provides tremendous value by alerting clients when performance of their public website is inaccessible or not performing to their required specifications.

Summary of Phixios Services

The new Phixios Website Monitoring service enables small and medium size businesses to monitor their public websites.

The new Phixios Website Monitoring service enables small and medium size businesses to monitor their public websites. This service has been added as a result of a market study indicating a demand for such a need. Website Monitoring utilizes HTTP and HTTPS protocols to monitor user experiences of client’s public websites. This service provides clients with early warnings of potential problems as well as imperial data when working with website hosting companies. This new service enables clients to transition to Full Event Monitoring of Applications, Servers and Network Infrastructure as needed.

All three Phixios Monitoring services provide Software as a Service (SaaS) from the cloud. Customers can start monitoring their devices within 24 hours of a completed request for service. The services are elastic as it can grow and shrink as required by the customer and their business cycle. For example, during Christmas shopping season retail businesses can add their critical ecommerce websites to the Phixios service, then after the season, the monitoring can be turned off, or reduced to a minimum.

The Phixios website provides more details about the Website Monitoring, ICMP Monitoring and Full Monitoring services. The website also supplies contact information to request a personal demonstration or a quote.

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