By Andre Newman | February 21, 2019
One of the biggest challenges organizations face when operating web applications is monitoring the availability of complex transactions that involve multiple steps. Developers and testers are often left manually stepping through their applications in the hopes of reproducing problems and replicating the complex nature of user experience. What they really need is a way to simulate real user activity independent of any actual users.
In this article, we’ll explain how to create and monitor web applications using synthetic transactions. We’ll show you how to simulate traffic to a web application, how to record each action using transaction monitoring software, and how logs provide important context to user activity.