|By Business Wire||
|June 24, 2014 12:00 PM EDT||
Monitis, the monitoring specialist, announced today that the company has designed a custom monitor dashboard to add a new perspective to the soccer World Cup as part of its recurring OMREX campaign. The new dashboard, now publicly available at http://footballworldcup2014.monitis.com/, uses the company’s cloud-based monitoring technology to measure tournament-related website activity on some of the most popular websites and social media platforms.
Soccer fans can use the new Monitis OMREX dashboard to find out how many World Cup tickets are traded on ebay or to get the latest and most lucrative betting lines from Betfair. The new dashboard also features Twitter-Monitors which count and compare the tweets on the competing teams and players. To round things off, Monitis integrated some custom monitors to calculate the hits of the past and present World Cup anthems on YouTube.
“For this OMREX campaign, we wanted to do something different and show how our cutting edge technology can be used to monitor website activities that millions of soccer fans around the world are engaged in during the tournament,” said Mikayel Vardanyan, Director of Operations at Monitis. “This kind of custom monitoring requires an application programming interface (API), and Monitis provides an open API to extend our product to other devices and applications so that users can virtually monitor everything. The combination of our platform, open system, and community efforts reflect our determination to deliver the leading monitoring product in the market.”
In addition to the open platform, Monitis supplies a cURL command line tool to access the API and a full library of monitoring scripts developed by the community.
More information about Monitis’ API program is available at:
OMREX stands for Online Monitis Retailer Excellence. OMREX is a review that was originally designed to check the user experience that the websites of some of the world’s leading retailers provide during web traffic spikes. However, Monitis concluded that the review may also be applied for other events that will generate high volumes of web traffic.
Monitis offers cloud-based monitoring systems, which can be configured within minutes. Over 200,000 users in 150 countries rely on Monitis to monitor the functionality of more than 300,000 websites, servers and applications. Aside from the premium service, Monitis offers Monitor.Us, a free entry package for monitoring.
Monitis was founded in 2006 and joined the GFI Software family in 2011. As of 2013, Monitis is a TeamViewer company. TeamViewer also belongs to the GFI Software group. Monitis maintains offices in Armenia, USA, and Germany.
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