CharlesT wrote:What are some of eValid's strengths in doing monitoring?
The main thing that eValid provides in monitoring of web browser enable applications is REALISM.
When the test that you run in monitoring mode runs, the server that supplies it with data annot distinguish that test from a session run by a real user.
That's because the internal timing, accurate to 1 ms, can provide ultra realistic responses. If you wish, you can even vary the inter-event wait times using a randomnumber generator.
The key thing to remember is, eValid is actually a browserso the tests are super realistic.