Web monitoring is a critical aspect of maintaining a healthy online presence for any organization or individual. It involves tracking the performance, availability, and functionality of a website or web application. Among the various types of web monitoring, HTTP/HTTPS monitoring plays a crucial role in ensuring that web services are running smoothly. In this post, we’ll explore the intricacies of HTTP/HTTPS monitoring, understanding how it works, its importance, tools available, and best practices to follow.
HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) and HTTPS (HTTP Secure) are protocols that govern the way web browsers and servers communicate. HTTP is used to send and receive information across the internet, while HTTPS adds a layer of security using encryption, making the communication more secure.
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Being online is not something to be taken for granted. Different factors can make your business fall. You have to permanently check the condition of your complete infrastructure to avoid interruptions. TCP monitoring can give you a hand!
Definition of TCP monitoring
TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) monitoring is a procedure to check network equipment, like a server, by establishing a TCP connection and collecting statistics about packet loss and latency. There are different monitoring methods based on the use of protocols. However, the use of TCP protocol is one of the most common. The reason is the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) allows an effective detection of communication issues on network devices. Additionally, TCP monitoring can check multiple devices on large networks.
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