The Dynatrace Synthetic Monitoring API offers tools for testing and monitoring a website or app's performance. The API is RESTful and accepts XML and JSON data formats and, in some cases, CSV data outputs. Tokens are used for authentication. Use the Dynatrace Synthetic Monitoring API to analyze CDN and 3rd party outages, monitor web performance, simulate a variety of user experiences, synthesize analytics across thousands of data points, and much more. See the extensive project documentation for more features and detailed information on getting started with Dynatrace. Dynatrace is an application performance management and monitoring service.
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Use this Node.js SDK to interface with Dynatrace's Synthetic Monitoring API. Dynatrace offers tools for analyzing CDN and 3rd party outages, monitoring web performance, simulating a variety of user experiences, as well as analytics and performance monitoring tools. This unofficial SDK is authored by Stefan Karytko and is offered under an MIT license.