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RUM now offers React Native Crash Reporting and Error Tracking

React Native has become the predominant development framework for cross-platform mobile applications. By interacting with native APIs largely under the hood and requiring only a fractional proportion of platform-specific code, it allows you to build applications for iOS, Android, and the browser using the same declarative JavaScript. But this cross-platform adaptability has its downsides.


Generate RUM-based metrics to track historical trends in customer experience

Datadog Real User Monitoring (RUM) provides end-to-end visibility into the user experience and performance of your browser and mobile applications. RUM allows you to capture and retain complete user sessions for 30 days. This means you can pinpoint bugs, prioritize issues, and determine fixes with data collected across an entire quarter.

Diagnose Any Microsoft Teams Problem in 3 Clicks or Less!

In this video, we demonstrate how to diagnose Microsoft Teams problems with hop-by-hop analysis and insights in real time - All in three clicks or less. Whether your users work from home, the office, or anywhere in between, a superb call-quality experience is a must. How can IT operations staff ensure that? Using a combination of synthetics and real user monitoring (RUM), support teams can now get comprehensive visibility into Teams performance and use those insights for optimization.

Introduction to continuous profiling

In this video, we will review the advantages of continuous profiling, the difference between continuous profiling vs. traditional profiling, and how continuous profiling can fit into your overall observability strategy. You’ll also learn more about Grafana Phlare, the new open source continuous profiling database, and get a look at the latest flame graph visualization in Grafana.

Synthetic Monitoring Overview

If you’re wondering if synthetic monitoring will help you meet your business goals, you’ve come to the right place. On the most basic level, synthetic monitoring is a method developers use to simulate user actions to test an application or website’s functionality. If the program detects an error, it can help you find and fix the problem before it affects your customers.


Easy JavaScript error investigation with source maps

Hopefully by now you’re taken your first sip of Elastic RUM, or real user monitoring, and see the power of searching through traces and the User Experience metrics to gain insights into how users actually use and experience your application. One issue you may have experienced is the challenge of finding the source of errors for minified JavaScript files.


8 Best Real User Monitoring Tools and How to Choose One [2022 Review]

Staying in control of your users’ digital experience and their level of satisfaction is the most important thing you can do as a software-based business. Yet, that’s impossible to do without a monitoring strategy and tools that enable you to visualize how customers interact with your app or website from their perspective.