AlertSite Creates Firefox Add-On for its Déj√†Click Web Performance Monitoring Solution
Déj√†Click ScriptShare is a free storage and sharing system for Mozilla Firefox users that enables users to record a browser session script and e-mail it to colleagues.
Web performance management solutions provider AlertSite told SMBs and channel pros this week that it has introduced a new method for collaborating on Web site performance objectives.
The company introduced Déj√†Click ScriptShare as a “free storage and sharing system available to all Firefox users.” The add-on enables users to save, upload, and share any recorded script (click stream) they record with their Déj√†Click solution.
Déj√†Click is AlertSite’s transaction monitoring tool. With this new Firefox integration, users
can more easily share recordings with any team member across the Internet.
“Previously, Déj√†Click scripts could be viewed only on the machine on which they were recorded,” explains AlertSite CEO and president Ken Gross. “Now, Déj√†Click ScriptShare opens the door to a myriad of ways for collaborating on business and Web performance objectives.”
To use ScriptShare, users simply record a browser session script as usual with Déj√†Click. Once the recording is complete, they click the “Share Recording” button on the Déj√†Click toolbar to e-mail a link to the script to intended recipients.
Key features of Déj√†Click ScriptShare include:
- Unlimited storage of scripts via AlertSite’s dedicated secure servers
- Script-sharing that sends to multiple e-mail addresses
- Indefinite storage of free scripts in the AlertSite repository
- No expiration for downloaded links
- Secure ScriptShare that requires login access.
- ScriptShare Dashboard that provides IT administrators information about each script (including its name, date uploaded, e-mails it was sent to, which recipients downloaded the script, and how many times they viewed it)
AlertSite calls its Déj√†Click “the first inside-the-browser Web performance monitoring system.” Indeed, Déj√†Click enables users capture a real-time view of their Web site performance from the end user’s perspective, including the performance of pages, links, objects, rich-media components (such as Flash), and more.