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The industry’s most accurate Web transaction performance monitoring service. Keynote Transaction Perspective uses real Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers to generate and measure Web transactions from locations all over the world, exactly like a real user.
Transaction Perspective's triple verified data, global network, real browser monitoring and real-time dynamic dashboards
deliver unparalleled accuracy, global reach and perspective on end-user experience.
Real Browser Monitoring
Monitor performance of your most complex Web transactions with the Web monitoring solution built on an actual Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers. More
User Experience Metrics
Analyze and act on how your Web transactions perform deep within the IE 9 browser. Go beyond network performance, to understanding user experience. More
Third Party Content Monitoring
Monitor performance of 3rd party Web components such as ads or video on your Web site. Group and report performance of specific Web components by server domains or other criteria with the Keynote Virtual Pages option. More
Sold as a software-as-a-service subscription-based pricing model. More
Unparalleled Geographic Coverage
Uses the most distributed geographic measurement network for comprehensive end-user coverage.
Web Privacy Tracking
An add-on feature for Transaction Perspective, Web Privacy Tracking lets you continuously monitor the third parties that are tracking your site's visitors.
Web Privacy Tracking Datasheet
Web Performance Dashboards
Get free access to our Web performance portal: MyKeynote. Cutting edge dashboards, smart alerts and powerful analytics deliver the insight and flexibility that effective Web operations teams need. More
Monitor Flash & Silverlight Performance
Monitor the performance of interactive Flash and Silverlight RIAs to see how controls, video and menus impact end-user experience with Keynote Screen Sensing technology. More
Transaction Perspective for Last Mile
Transaction Perspective for Last Mile enables you to isolate problems with transaction monitoring by comparing performance over DSL, cable, and 3G access types to performance over T1/T3 connections. More