Gain in-depth understanding of real-time website usage.
View global application performance.
Use our agent to understand global application performance through easy to use graphs and charts. Determine if performance is excellent, good, moderate, poor or bad when accessed from different countries.
Metrics for each web page life cycle stage.
Get detailed metrics on network, front end and back end response times. You can also compare data and analyse webpage performance for different time periods.
User browser metrics.
Browser based metrics help DevOps users understand if new application updates will affect performance of webpage in a specific type or version of browser. Site24x7 RUM supports various versions of Chrome, Firefox, Opera and IE.
Monitor single page applications.
Track all your internal pages loaded from client based MVC frameworks like Angular, Backbone, React and Ember.
Support for MVC frameworks.
Track all dynamically injected external resources and get a proper view into the performance of your single page applications.
Monitor AJAX requests.
Gain visibility into the performance of AJAX calls made from your browsers to HTTP or HTTPS domains. Identify time consuming requests and take corrective action.
Platform independant performance insights.
Site24x7 RUM provides you with data on response time application performance irrespective of whether the webapp is being accessed from a desktop, tablet or mobile device.
Performance stats by ISPs.
Capture application response times based on ISPs that help determine if end users application experience is fluid when accessed via a specific ISP when compared to the other.
Monitor individual web transactions.
Response time and throughput of each web transaction with graphical representation for quick performance insight.
Identify problems on a website or web application by recording and simulating typical customer paths and user interaction on a real browser using synthetic monitoring.
Capture Snapshots of browser traces.
Capture browser traces of web transactions. Find out performance issues at the front end by pointing out the top resources that are time consuming in different geographical locations and browsers.