System and Method for evaluating the performance of a Web transaction for a geographically disperse community
Publication Date: 2014-Apr-29
The IP.com Prior Art Database
Web transactions are key business drivers and Internet facing Applications typically have to accommodate an increasing geographically disperse end user population, with end users located in different continents, countries, cities and towns. This disclosure shows how a system composed of service beacons can be set up so as to be aligned with the main GeoIP locations of a disperse end user population. These beacons are used to relay Web transactions. The transaction durations are subsequently evaluated with a method that uses the end user population location and size as a weight coefficient. This system and method provides the means to evaluate the performance of a Web transaction for a geographically disperse community.