RUM

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What is Real User Monitoring?

Choosing the appropriate tools and approaches to utilize for application performance management can quickly become confusing. That's why it's important to remember that the ultimate goal of monitoring is to figure out two things: And there may be no better beginning point than incorporating real-user monitoring (RUM) using a performance monitoring solution to get as close as feasible to meet both objectives.

RUM and Synthetic Monitoring for Business Success

Real User Monitoring (RUM) is becoming increasingly popular during the pandemic as most employees start to work remotely from home. This type of passive monitoring approach captures the real end-user experience of accessing web applications. IT gathers SaaS application performance metric data and leverages those insights to quickly troubleshoot issues for remote workers. On the other hand, Synthetic monitoring emulates real users accessing cloud and infrastructure services like Microsoft 365. Businesses would benefit from a holistic monitoring strategy that includes both RUM and Synthetic tests to cater to the needs of a hybrid remote workforce.

Work Anywhere: Ensuring Superior Digital Experience with Synthetics and Real User Monitoring

Digital Experience Monitoring is becoming the norm as the pandemic forces employees to work remotely. Enterprises need to ensure a great end-user digital experience using techniques like Synthetics and Real User Monitoring (RUM). Let Microsoft 365 performance issues not hold you back to transition to a digital remote work future.
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New Splunk Synthetic Monitoring Features Help Integrate Uptime and Performance Across the Entire Splunk Platform

For teams that build or maintain modern applications with their end-users in mind, the acquisition of Rigor means that Splunk now offers the most comprehensive synthetic monitoring solution on the market. Rigor, now Splunk Synthetic Monitoring and Web Optimization, provides best-in-class synthetic monitoring capabilities enabling IT Ops and engineering teams to detect and respond to uptime and performance issues within incident response coordination and throughout software development lifecycles.

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Comparing Real User Monitoring and Synthetic Transactions

Written by Nick Cavalancia, Microsoft Cloud & Datacenter MVP The need for visibility into service availability and delivery quality has led to the rise in interest in monitoring Microsoft’s Office 365 services from the user perspective. With two different approaches available, what value do they each bring?

sematext

How to Find Memory Leaks in Websites and Web Applications

Knowing how your users interact with your web application and how they experience it is crucial to provide the best possible experience. So what do you need to know? Start with metrics such as page load times, HTTP request times, and core Web Vitals – time to the first byte, first contentful paint. If you use Sematext Experience you’ll see a number of other useful metrics for your web applications and websites there. However, metrics themselves are only a part of the whole picture.

datadog

Monitor Core Web Vitals with Datadog RUM and Synthetic Monitoring

In May 2020, Google introduced Core Web Vitals, a set of three metrics that serve as the gold standard for monitoring a site’s UX performance. These metrics, which focus on load performance, interactivity, and visual stability, simplify UX metric collection by signaling which frontend performance indicators matter the most.

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Martello in Motion | Real User Monitoring & Network Visualization

As an industry-leading provider of the most comprehensive Microsoft 365 monitoring solution, Martello is in a class all its own; our digital experience monitoring solution features key capabilities that help IT teams identify when and where cloud application performance issues are happening and how to best mitigate the impact.