Server Monitoring Helps You Improve Your Website Performance


Nowadays, most businesses rely heavily on the stability of their web projects. This is not news! When your web resource is “alive” you are able to show and boost your products or services and, as a consequence, get higher profits. Webpage downtime can cause a major loss for business, because it affects the quality of service that is provided to the customer. To succeed in the competitive market we live in, every website owner has to preserve their reputation, as it has huge impact on your business. The question therefore stands: “How?” The answer is quite simple: server monitoring.

What Is Server Monitoring?

Server monitoring is the process of continuously scanning, reviewing and analyzing a server for availability, performance, operations, security and other related processes. It is performed by server support services to ensure that the server is performing as expected and to get rid of problems as they become evident. Basically, server monitoring prevents any issues before they cause problems that potentially can affect your website productivity.

Why Do You Need Server Monitoring?

Your website’s health depends on a large part on the state of the underlying server. Let’s look through some particular perks that you can get from server monitoring:

  1. It reduces your expenses in the IT domain. Even the correction of small bugs on a website usually cost a lot, and it is much cheaper to prevent it.
  2. Monitoring is essential to ensure that visitors can use your web resource fully, downtime is minimized, and performance is optimized. All these features improve web platform performance, since web monitoring allows you to detect lots of mistakes and avoid future failures.
  3. If your service is slow or unreliable, clients will choose any other available options. Even minor missteps can irritate customers and they can decide to opt for service or product alternatives. For example, an insignificant 10-minute downtime may seem natural to you, however it can be a “last straw” for a particular customer.

Users that enjoy your webpage can eventually stop using it if it is not trustworthy. Web server monitoring avoids this by covering many things that a website needs to function, like network and database connections, domain names, bandwidth, etc.

So, Where Do You Go From Here?

Let’s review. Web server monitoring means testing and verifying that users are able to interact with a website. It is often used by businesses to ensure that a website uptime, performance, and functionality are working as expected. It's actually better to have no website at all than to have one that shows you or your product in a bad light. To avoid this, Drudesk Server Support Service is the ideal solution to monitor your server's resources. Our team will help you deliver a higher quality of web experience!

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