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Web User Experience Monitoring (Beta)

Web User Experience Monitoring

End user experience monitoring goes hand in hand with Application Performance Management. To analyze the performance of your web applications, you require data on how your application parameters like availability, latency, execution correctness, and quality appear to the end user. Get accurate browser-user insights to optimize your users' web experiences across all platforms with Applications Manager.

Use Applications Manager’s Web User Experience monitoring to optimize your user experience with powerful end-to-end performance management. Monitor the end-user experience of any web application, rapidly identify application issues with relevant business transactions, and dramatically reduce MTTR.


Monitor the experience of real web users

Measure end user performance and availability of browser-based applications, see page views as they occur, average response times, throughput and geographic location of all requests received. Get insight into app issues when performance falls below application SLAs.

Web user real-time data

 

Insights into Response times

Keep an eye on how fast your web page loads, which page takes the longest, and whether the problem is on the server side, in network transit, or at the front-end. Analyze the response times for individual user requests time to identify factors causing application performance issues. Avoid guesswork and optimize your web app based on usage data like user response time, redirection time, DNS resolution time and server connection

Web User Experience Monitoring - Response Time and Throughput

 

Understand end-user experience and sessions across the globe

Get user satisfactions details from several geographical locations at a glance. Track Web transactions response time like where is the most time being spent and which transactions are the slowest. Use Apdex score standards to know customers' satisfaction details at your website and identify trends in across different locations. Know how many users had quick pageload times, how many experienced moderate latency, and how many were frustrated by the experience.

Web User Experience Monitoring - Location and Apdex Scores

 

Browser, device, and ISP performance

Know the impact of the various browsers and devices on the performance of your webpage. Monitor user experience and page load times on different devices, browser types, and browser versions. See whether your user's ISP is impeding the performance of your cloud application. Improve user experience by analyzing end-to-end transaction times and throughput for each client request.

Web User Experience Monitoring - Response Time by Browser, Device and ISP

 

Granularity into errors and performance bottlenecks

Get detailed information on any errors on your web application by device and browser type, including error type and count. Fine tune your page assets to improve browser-side performance of your web application. The document processing time and page rendering time metric shows you how long it takes for the web browser to parse HTML, JavaScript, and CSS elements.

Web User Experience Monitoring - Javascript Errors