After learning more about how our users use test credits to diagnose and troubleshoot network issues, we realized that we needed to make credits more affordable so we significantly increased the number of credits included with each credit package. See the new options below. We hope this change allows you to continue running cost effective network tests.
Our Real User Monitoring (RUM) product gathers performance data from actual user experiences from all around the globe for enabled pages. For 2018 that meant we collected data from thousands of worldwide users. In this blog, we take a look at the users’ browser choices, the page performance as experienced by the users, and their choices in device types.
How do you deal with what a user can do on their account in a SaaS app? Can Jane on the "Starter" plan create another widget when she is near the limit of her plan? What if she's a trial user?
Business applications have to be up and running, and issues need to be fixed quickly — this well-known fact also applies, of course, to companies running distributed and high-scale applications in production today.
If you’ve deployed an application or service to the Amazon Web Service (AWS) cloud, you’ve probably made use of an EC2 instance. One of the decisions that you had to make before you could start a new instance, was which instance type to use. Choosing an EC2 instance type can be a complicated process. AWS organizes their instance types into instance families, and within an instance family, there are varying sizes from micro to 32xlarge.