AppNeta Launches Real User Monitoring for Web Developers
October 25, 2012
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AppNeta launched new Real User Monitoring (RUM) capabilities designed for web development and enhanced 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

- 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 accurately measure and improve end user latency, providing detailed performance and errors data across pages, browsers, and geography.

“Browser performance is becoming more and more impactful to end user experience,” said Dan Kuebrich, Director of APM Product Management, AppNeta. “The lack of client-side visibility, particularly into errors and latency, is creating enormous challenges for managing performance. TraceView’s new RUM capabilities are designed to arm dev and ops customers with the visibility and data they need to manage the demands of both modern web architectures and end users.”

The new RUM capabilities enhance TraceView’s deep, detailed analysis of performance issues and bottlenecks, extending from the full application stack to the browser and providing critical 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.

The RUM features will be included in all TraceView technology and additional enhancements will be available in November, 2012.

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