Real-user performance monitoring is the process of understanding and analyzing user interaction with your websites or apps in real-time.
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Monitor your application performance and it's impact on user experience in real time with ease.
Understand global application performance through easy-to-use graphs and charts. Determine if performance is excellent, good, moderate, poor, or bad when accessed from different countries.
Get detailed metrics on network, front-end, and back-end response times. You can also compare data and analyze webpage performance for different time periods.
Track all your internal pages loaded from client based MVC frameworks like Angular, Backbone, React, and Ember.Understand the response time and throughput of each AJAX call and fine-tune it's performance.
Get alerted whenever there is a sligh deviation from your website's normal behavior and proactively troubleshoot issues before your users are affected.
Record and simulate typical customer paths and user interaction on a real browser using synthetic monitoring.Understand how synthetic and real user monitoring complement each other.
Track every step of user interaction with a real-time monitoring tool. Fix errors as they occur and optimize your application performance in real-time.
Analyze the response time and throughput of individual web transaction with graphical representations for quick performance insights. Understand if a single URL is slowing your entire website down.
Monitor the time taken by various resources like CSS, scripts, and images, and identify each component's impact on overall response time. Monitor the time taken by individual resouces while loading from varied domains like first-party, thrid-party, and CDN networks and their impact on overall application response time.
Get detailed performance metrics to identify individual user sessions and a snapshot whenever there is a threshold breach. Analyze the beginning and ending of each session, time spent on individual URLs, reponse time of critical resources, and user experience across each page.