tCamden wrote:Can eValid monitor my cloud-based application?
Yes, eValid can monitor ANY web browser enabled application. Including those that are "cloud-based".
An eValid monitor will always be running in a client machine -- it could be cloud-based as well -- and a typical monitoring script has the eValid browser navigate to a particular page, take a series of timed actions, make some elapsed-time measurements, and possibly report a WARNING or an ERROR.
As you may expect, you could also do this from a cloud-based machine.
If your cloud-based service allows you to specifiy which server or which location you want the pages served you can do that too. This usually is contained in a prefix string to the base Domain Name in the InitLink
command of the script.
Lastly, typical monitoring scripts are very low-overhead, so timing mesurements -- which reflect client side resutls -- are very accurate.