Use Site24x7 Real User Monitoring Beta to Gauge Real User Experience

With a fluid web application, you can be sure of two things; business growth and success. This is because the more fluid the web application, the better your end user's experience. Certain real user interaction metrics need to be considered to tailor application performance to suit your users.

Synthetic monitoring is best suited for monitoring the uptime of web services. In case of real user browser performance of applications, real user monitoring is the perfect solution. Site24x7 Real User Monitoring (RUM) Beta provides you a better understanding of performance issues and helps you narrow them down so that you can make applications more fluid and user-friendly.

Complete web page life cycle visibility

RUM gives you a clear idea of a web application's back-end operations and accurate insight about end-user experience. RUM visualizes application interaction patterns and helps you gain in-depth understanding of problems that affect real users who access websites and applications in real time. You'll also be able to analyze application performance according to browser, platform, geography, ISP, and much more.

Microscopic view

To make applications error-free, developers need a microscopic view of the metrics, that is, the details on how a web page request transpires. RUM calculates the response time from a network perspective by showing the redirection time, DNS resolution time, and connection time. Back-end response time, page rendering time, document processing time, and document downloading time help developers make applications more responsive and fluid to end users.

Geographical view

For IT admins to optimize performance, RUM provides a comparative chart on the response time of applications globally. An application's response time is categorized as excellent, good, moderate, bad, or poor, giving you insight into the overall performance of all applications at a glance.

Front End Metrics Matter

Applications react differently on different browsers. RUM provides response time by browser type and the details on application performance when accessed via specific browsers, giving you an idea about browsers that load your application fast and those that lag behind.

Desktop vs. Mobile vs. Tablet

Platform-wise response time helps understand an application's performance when it is accessed by using a desktop, a mobile device, or a tablet. RUM gives the split-up of the average response time by device type and captures the number of requests received to access an application via a particular device.

ISP-wise Performance

Bandwidth speed greatly affects application performance. RUM captures response times based on ISPs. This helps you determine if an end user's experience is fluid when accessed via a specific ISP.

Web Transactions

RUM helps you track the performance of each web transaction and gain visibility into the load times of each URL accessed. It provides a graphical representation of the response time and throughput. Using this data, you'll be able to understand the trends in response time over a period. Using historical data, you can see how the current performance compares with the past performance.

Easy to Set Up

Getting started with RUM is quite simple; just insert a small JavaScript snippet in the header or footer of your website's HTML code. Immediately, you'll see all performance data captured and presented in a single Site24x7 console.

RUM helps you gain in-depth understanding of problems that affect real users. You never need to be in the dark anymore on performance issues, ranging from network issues to front-end issues. Try RUM now. Sign up for free!

Feature Presentation

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