AppNeta announced Real User Monitoring (RUM) capabilities designed for web development and application performance. As a key feature of AppNeta’s TraceView application performance management (APM) solution, the SaaS-delivered RUM functionality brings web developers and operations teams visibility into critical client side latency and errors; an integrated view of client- and server-side performance data; and proactive alerting to ensure consistent end user performance.
As website and application performance become more dependent on activity in the end user browser, it is necessary for web developers and operations teams to see into and understand client-side performance and critical errors. TraceView’s RUM capabilities are designed to provide this enhanced visibility into the client side performance data integrated with full application stack monitoring visibility.
The new capabilities enable developers to measure and improve end user latency, providing detailed performance and errors data across pages, browsers, and geography.
The new RUM capabilities enhance TraceView’s analysis of performance issues and bottlenecks, extending from the application stack to the browser and providing data for quick problem resolution and improved end user experience.
In addition to the client performance and error data, TraceView’s RUM capabilities include tightly integrated client and server data with correlated, actionable information and configurable sample rate for deeper, cross application visibility.
With the recent acquisition of Tracelytics, AppNeta now provides performance visibility across the complete network and application infrastructure. The unified performance management solution offers exceptional end user experience monitoring powered by the new RUM capabilities in TraceView and the proactive analysis of AppView Web’s synthetic application traffic. For the first time, customers can understand not only the actual experiences of application end users but also the potential capacity of the application and network.