Yes, many of our clients take an agile approach to introducing new functionality, with code being written, integrated and tested in a cycle that’s as efficient as possible without taking unnecessary risks and for platform migration it’s crucial to monitor as early as possible. To help with this process SciVisum can monitor performance at any point in the release cycle to help identify issues and rectify them as soon as possible saving time and money in the long run.
Platform migration and new releases – getting it right before deployment
It’s important to use synthetic monitoring to monitor during staging as well as live environments. Monitoring earlier in the release cycle improves the resilience of software releases when they go live.
We can use SV-Monitor to run realistic user journeys in both staging and production environments. Some clients run duplicate journeys in both environments and then measure the impact of any changes by comparing the two sets of results. If a problem is flagged during staging/pre-production, a client can take the decision not to release until more refinements have been made.
Saving time and money
Monitoring in this way during staging is unique to SV-Monitor. It saves time and money in the long run by automatically highlighting any performance issues introduced as a result of development changes. This early identification enables the speedy resolution of any performance issues and saves larger, more expensive problems further along the process.
- Compare duplicate journeys
- Monitor during staging and production
- Release or refine based on hard data
By using synthetic monitoring at different stages in the release cycle, it’s possible to ensure that your development is as finely tuned as possible, resulting in high-quality integration and faster deployment of new releases. If you’d like to find out more about SciVisum’s synthetic monitoring, please contact us for a demonstration.
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