Real User Monitoring (RUM) - Real User Browser Stats

Gain deep understanding of real user performance monitoring.

View global application performance.

Understand the performance of your application on a global level through simple and easily understandable graphs and charts.

Find out if performance is excellent, good, moderate, poor… or bad when used from different countries.

Gain deep understanding of real user performance monitoring.

View global application performance.

Understand the performance of your application on a global level through simple and easily understandable graphs and charts. Find out if performance is excellent, good, moderate, poor… or bad when used from different countries.

Visualize metrics for each web page.

Get thorough metrics on network, front-end and back-end response times. For various time periods you can compare data and analyze web page performance.

Pinpoint JavaScript errors.

With QuantConnects RUM, catch all errors in your JavaScript code which may be occurring  on your webpages. You will get in-depth data on the error type, message, and URL allowing you to take immediate action and improve webpage performance.

View user browser metrics.

Browser-based metrics help DevOps users know if updates on new applications will affect web performance in a specific type or version of a browser. QuantConnects RUM supports different versions of Firefox, Chrome, Opera and IE.

Monitor single page applications.

Track all your internal pages loaded from client based MVC frameworks like Angular, Backbone, React and Ember.

Measure resource load time.

Watch the time taken by different resources like scripts, CSS, and images, and discover each component’s effect on overall response time.

Monitor AJAX requests.

Gain visibility into the performance of AJAX calls done from your browsers to HTTP or HTTPS domains. Identify requests that take a long time and take corrective action.

Platform independent performance insights.

QuantConnects RUM gives you insights on response time and application performance even if the webapp is accessed from a phone, desktop, or tablet.

View performance stats by ISPs.

Capture response times of applications based on ISPs that aid in determining if the end user application experience is smooth when entered via a specific ISP when compared to the other.

Monitor individual web transactions.

Response time and output of each web transaction with quick performance insight using graphical representation.

Combine RUM with synthetic monitoring.

Take note of and simulate your average customer’s paths and user interaction on a real browser using synthetic monitoring.

Learn how synthetic and real user monitoring go well with each other.

Integrate RUM with application monitoring.

Get a full frame view of both front-end and back-end performance under one console by combining RUM with APM Insight.

How it works?

Generate a snippet of JavaScript from the QuantConnects console.

Put it in the header or footer of the HTML code of a common/index page of the web application that needs to be monitored.

That’s it! Access all performance data from your QuantConnects console.

Why Choose QuantConnects

Machine learning (ML)-powered anomaly detection

Custom dashboards and reports

Multiple notification channels

Third-party alert integrations

Maintenance schedules to disable monitoring

Off the shelf reporting—busy hours, health trend, performance, and availability summary

Root cause analysis (RCA) to identify outage reasons

Service-level agreement (SLA) reports

Extended metric retention

Android and iOS apps

Client management portal for managed service providers (MSPs)

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