Pingdom integration with RudderStack
Monitor Web Performance with RudderStack and Pingdom
With RudderStack, you can seamlessly send your event data from a variety of event sources to Pingdom. All you need to do is configure Pingdom as a destination in RudderStack. Once enabled, events collected by RudderStack will automatically start flowing to Pingdom in real-time.
By Integrating Pingdom with RudderStack, you can:
- Track all your cross-platform event data without having to manually instrument the integration
- Send the event data to Pingdom in real-time
- Record user information and account information into Pingdom automatically
What you can do with Pingdom
Get complete visibility of your website’s performance and troubleshoot any glaring issues
Simulate visitor interaction with your website and identify issues within any web page that causes suboptimal customer experience
Identifying critical web pages and workflows within your website and optimize them to drive conversions and boost your lead funnel
Compare usage metrics to track the performance of your website months, quarters, or years
Take informed marketing decisions, meet your SLAs, and keep your customers happy through effective customer engagement and interactions
This integration is on the roadmap
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How can we help you?
What is Pingdom used for?
Pingdom is a website monitoring service that enables developers to easily monitor and track bugs in their code base.
Is it hard to set up Pingdom?
Difficulty can vary based on the complexity of your code base and technology stack. Many users choose to simplify implementation by sending data through secure website monitoring integration tools like RudderStack.
How much does it cost to integrate Pingdom with RudderStack?
What is performance grade in Pingdom?
On running your WordPress website through Pingdom, it generates a performance grade, a total load time, the total page size, including the number of requests on your website.