Keynote Systems has released Transaction Perspective 10.0 for Web performance monitoring, and Internet Test Environment (KITE) 4.0 for Web performance testing.
The company said that its Transaction Perspective helps monitor, measure and diagnose Web site performance from the end user perspective, and supports the Firefox Web browser.
KITE enables real time testing, diagnosing and troubleshooting of Web performance issues directly from the desktop.
Keynote said its two products are designed to make it easy for both Web/IT operations and development/QA teams to monitor, measure and test Web site performance from the end user perspective.
Transaction Perspective and KITE feature ability to view the exact same Web transaction run using Internet Explorer and Firefox, side-by-side, to compare performance instantly.
The two offerings include: ‘Page Snapshot’ that enables users to take a picture of the entire Web page; a single script that works on both Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers; support for monitoring interactive Flash and Silverlight rich Internet applications; and the ability to isolate and monitor multiple 3rd party Web site content using one measurement script.
Keynote vice president of product management and corporate development Vik Chaudhary said the company now brings their customers a seamless view into end user performance from practically anywhere in the world, no matter the browser being used to connect to a Web site or even a mobile Web site.
"Keynote has partnered with best-of-breed application performance management (APM) vendors, including OPNET, dynaTrace and OpTier, to provide the all-important view across the application infrastructure," Chaudhary said.
IT and Web operations teams can test, measure and improve service levels in real time from more than 3,000 measurement computers and mobile devices in more than 240 locations and 160 metropolitan areas around the world.