Application performance monitoring is making strides in the IT sector, as more and more managers make the connection that end user experience monitoring is one key to streamlining transactions and data flow in an organization. But say you have a mobile app presence. How will you manage customer experience then? This is an area thatRead More
Measure the Real End-User Experience
SharePath Real User Monitoring (RUM) Express provides a real-time view into the actual experience of your end-user, including availability, response times, and service levels. This free, enterprise-class software helps isolate problems and pinpoint bottlenecks in your data center, network, or online application.
Monitor all transactions 24×7 for visibility into the true end-user experience and know whether any applications require immediate attention.
85% Lower Cost
Supports multiple applications for approximately 85% less than other comparable real user monitoring solutions.
I am attempting to put together a complete list of End User Experience Monitoring tools since I could not find one anywhere on the web. I need your help in order to complete this list – there are surely going to be tools that I miss – please leave me comments with tools you thinkRead More
Last week, I make a joking swipe at how some developers think that when a problem occurs between the user and an application, it’s the user who needs improvement, not the app. Sadly, the pervasive attitude among programmers really can be that way: faced with improving their own work or blaming human error, it’s veryRead More
There are many ways to approach a problem. There’s the direct way, which involves seeing the immediate face of the situation and tackling the issue head-on. There’s merit to this, since often times a problem is simple enough that fixing the immediate symptom is more than enough to fix the entire issue. But not always.Read More
I was talking to Phil West, the CIO of Gainsco Insurace yesterday and he said something that I have yet to hear an IT exec say so clearly; “Speed Solves a Lot of Problems”. Everyone talks about the fact that slow applications are a big issue in their organization and that it is important thatRead More
I noticed that a lot of the top hits on Google for “application performance management best practices” are out dated at best and irrelevant at worst. The top hit – “Improving weblogic application performance” – just had its eighth birthday (the iPhone wasn’t even out then), and the runner up – “Improving .net application performance”Read More
Zynga plans to transition from hosting mostly on Amazon to its own private cloud later this year, but will they up to the taks of monitoring a system and dealing with all of the problems inherent in that?
Within every system, you’ll find processes or machines that are bogging down the system. It’s your job to find those issues and take the necessary steps to fix them.
When Master Card’s web site experienced intermittent outages last week, the easy answer was to point to hackers, but it turned out it was a problem with an Internet service provider, proving more often than not the problem isn’t external.
The nuts and bolts of web site monitoring is a numbers game. You watch the numbers go up and down and if you’re within a certain range, you feel pretty good about yourself. Am I right? But there’s more to it than just pure numbers because behind those numbers are real people who are comingRead More