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Applications Manager's real user monitoring allows you to keep an eye on the user's journey through your web applications and websites. You can leverage a wide range of features to proactively examine how well your websites are performing from the user's perspective and make sure they have a smooth and trouble-free digital experience.
Our Real User Monitoring (RUM) tool captures real-time performance data about how users interact with your web applications. It keeps track of important metrics to help you understand how well your websites perform for users in different parts of the world. With our RUM monitoring tool, you can:
Users from different countries may perceive your websites or web applications in a differently due to numerous reasons. With Applications Manager's Real User Monitor, you can find out the quality of their experience and whether they are happy or frustrated when they visit your site.
You'll also get useful information like the average response time, Apdex score, PageViews, and throughput for each location. It is a great way to understand how your website is performing in each geographic location!
With Applications Manager's real-time user monitoring tool, you can easily track and keep an eye on the rate at which your website and web applications are responding. In addition, you get insight into the number of transactions performed by users which can help you understand the smoothness of their digital journey through your web application.
When response times are slow and throughput decreases, it means that your webpages may not be optimized properly. This can lead to frustrated users who have a hard time navigating your site. By identifying and analyzing the slow tasks, you can improve the performance of your website, making sure users have a seamless and enjoyable digital experience.
Discover how Applications Manager's synthetic monitoring feature can assist you in monitoring synthetic transactions to guarantee a smooth and uninterrupted experience for users of your web application.
With Applications Manager's real user management, you can track how different elements on your website or web application affect its overall speed. These elements include images, scripts, and CSS files, among others. By using this feature, you can see how efficiently these resources load from various sources like the website itself, third-party domains, and content delivery networks (CDNs). You also have access to metrics like the average size of each resource and the number of requests made to each domain. This analysis helps you optimize your website's performance for users in different parts of the world.
With Applications Manager's RUM software, analyze the actions people take on your website to determine if their experience was positive. You can easily track and observe how users experience your website and web applications in real-time to learn how they perceive your web application. You can also have a quick glance of how each user experiences your website by checking on metrics like the average number of pages visited, average time spent on the site, and total number of users. You can then drill down into each performance metric to identify the areas that need improvement.
Having a flawless website or web application is crucial for providing a seamless user experience and ensuring customer satisfaction. To achieve this, you can use helpful tools like Applications Manager to detect and keep track of any errors that occur on your webpage. These tools provide valuable information such as the type of error, the specific page, file, and domain where it happened.
By addressing these errors and optimizing the performance of your website or web application, you can enhance the overall user experience. With the 'Total Count vs Affected Users' graph, you can easily understand how these errors are impacting your users at a glance and find ways to tune the performance of your website or web application.
Monitoring the response time of your websites in different operational conditions to ensure your end-users enjoy a smooth digital experience. With Applications Manager's RUM monitoring, you can set limits for key performance metrics and receive immediate notifications if those limits are exceeded.
Applications Manager lets you take advantage of its interactive reporting feature where you can get access to visual trend reports. These reports can be used to analyze how well your websites are performing over a period of time, both from a front-end and back-end perspective.
Want to make sure your websites provide the best user experiences? Try Applications Manager's real user monitoring tool! It's proactive and hassle-free. Start monitoring your website's performance with RUM today by downloading a free 30-day trial!
Real User Monitoring is a unique technology that helps keep an eye on how people use websites or applications with the aid of insightful performance data. Since it is impossible to know the impact that real world factors would have on the application performance, real user monitoring gives IT and DevOps teams a better perspective of how their application is being experienced by real end users. It gives you a clear view of how fast and smooth a website or app is running, so you can make it even better for everyone using it.
Real User Monitoring lets you see and understand web applications and websites just like your actual users do. It helps you understand your website from an end-user's perspective, which makes it easier to find and fix problems. For instance, users that are using a certain ISP or browser might be facing issues while interacting with your web application. Through real user monitoring, one can make optimizations to their application such that it performs better in different conditions.
Real User Monitoring (RUM) keeps an eye on your websites and web applications by measuring how fast your site loads, tracking user actions, and spotting any errors in the code. All this data is neatly presented in an easy-to-use interface, so you can analyze and improve your website with ease!
Real browser monitoring (RBM) helps you test how your webpages work by imitating their actions on different web browsers and locations. It uses recordings to play back these actions on special agents called End User Monitoring (EUM) agents.
On the other hand, Real User Monitoring (RUM) lets you see how your websites are experienced by actual users in real-time, no matter where they are located in the world. It helps you understand how users perceive your websites and identify any issues they may encounter.
Yes, you'll need to download the RUM agent. Don't worry, it's easy! Just click on this link and you'll be able to download it from there.
RUM will be available as a count based add-on module. It will work with both Professional and Enterprise editions of Applications Manager.
A PageView, also called an impression, happens whenever someone looks at a page on your website. Even if a person views the same page more than once or refreshes it and looks at it again, it still counts as a separate PageView. PageView gives the traffic count of the webpage.
The PageView metric is particularly useful in understanding the frequency at which the webpage is visited. Based on the amount of PageViews, one can also understand the value that the page has to offer its visitors. Webpages that do not offer much to its visitors tend to have lesser PageViews.
It allows us to track crucial metrics such as response times, resource utilization, error rates, and transaction performance. The real-time monitoring alerts promptly notify us of any issues or anomalies, enabling us to take immediate action.
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