Dynatrace Integrates Visually Complete
February 08, 2017
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Dynatrace announced the integration of Visually complete in its AI-powered platform.

Visually complete will detect how fast a web application renders above the fold content on the user’s device screen. In an industry first, Dynatrace will be integrating this into both real user and synthetic monitoring, which will allow teams to correlate real user Visually complete performance against critical user experience metrics like bounce rates, error rates and conversions.

“Customer experience is the true differentiator today, and the only way we can improve the experience is with accurate, contextual measurements and insights. Visually complete dashboards capture the visual experiences of real customers, as if you were sitting beside them. The visual data connects performance to business outcomes and accelerates performance improvement cycles, driving alignment across IT and the business,” explains Marc Olesen, SVP & GM, Digital Experience at Dynatrace.

Klaus Enzenhofer, Senior Technology Strategist for Dynatrace Labs in Austria expands on the significance of having Visually complete available for real user monitoring, “You can never account for all the different locations, devices, operating systems and browser types used by consumers without real user monitoring. And when it comes to speed and page load times – which ones do you measure? First byte, full response time or DOM interactive? Which measurement is most relevant to the experience of your individual user? Our goal was to eliminate these remaining questions. Now IT and business have every piece of experience data they need in the one place and analysed in whatever context they require.”

Delving deeper into the value of Visually complete from an application development point of view, Enzenhofer continued, “Without a visual representation of the real user experience, it’s easy to have a discrepancy between what a customer sees as a good experience and what a developer believes is a good experience. For example, in the case of traditional HTML sites, speed metrics might say that a page has loaded slowly, when from a visual perspective enough content has appeared for the user to be able to engage and interact. This was a technical gap in the data that we had to close for our customers, and their feedback has been brilliant.”

Visually complete will be integrated into the platform in April.

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