Web application architecture is said to be highly interactive, often executing complex client-side logic in order to provide a rich and engaging experience to the user. This adds a certain complexity, meaning that it's no longer good enough to simply measure the effects users have on the back-end. It has become necessary to measure and analyze the client-side performance to ensure the best possible experience for your users.
Monitor end-user experiences
Instantly receive user data by geography and browser
Analyze end-user behavior data
Perfect your product and ensure a seamless user experience
Understand how every line of code impacts user experience
Identify the offending node or tier
Drill down into the specific line of code
Do not let third-party content ruin your user experience
Understand, troubleshoot, and resolve problems by delivering granular performance metrics per resource using the resource timing API.
Let user data help you optimize your web experience
Don't guess on how to optimize your web experience
Base them on large volumes of multi-dimensional usage data
"We quickly realized that we shared what I would call a start-up spirit with the same values of commitment, flexibility, and the desire to place customer satisfaction at the heart of our activities."
Monitoring the Real End User Experience
" Web application performance is fundamentally associated in the mind of the end-user; with a brand's reliability, stability, and credibility. Slow or unstable performance is simply not an option when your users are only a click away from taking their business elsewhere..."
Proactively manage your user experience with EUM
" As companies embark on a digital transformation to better serve their customers the challenge of managing the performance and satisfaction with each user becomes ever more critical to the success of the business. When we look at the breakout companies today like Uber, Airbnb, and Slack it’s evident that software is at the core of their success in each industry..."