Synthetic Monitoring allows you to observe your systems and application’s performance using simulated requests from global locations. You can simulate network traffic and measure its performance under various constraints and conditions. Anticipate performance issues, prevent impact on end-users, and efficiently detect and troubleshoot network issues.

Create Synthetic Monitor

Step 1: Create Monitor

  1. Navigate to Synthetic Monitoring

  2. Click Create Monitor 

Step 2: Choose Your Request Type

The Default Request Type is set to HTTP if you do not specify it in this section

Step 3: Define Request

  1. Add Info per Your Request Type

  2. Name Your Request

  3. Choose Your Environment

  4. Add Tags

Step 4: Define Assertions

Step 5: Select Locations

Step 6: Specify Test Frequency

Step 5: Choose Notification Source

Request Types

Public IP Addresses

Our synthetic agent is designed to test different networks and protocols of your application. If your system has restricted access to certain networks only, you will need to whitelist the following public IP addresses of our infrastructure. This will allow our synthetic agent to access your services for monitoring.

Please note that we may add, remove or change server IP addresses for security and performance reasons. We will notify you in advance of any planned changes.
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