Web Application Functionality

Recording Web Application Errors | Experience vs Perceived Experience

UserView Monitoring video is more than a perceived user experience metric, it is the most direct record of user experience performance in the web application monitoring market today. As a result, time and dollars can be invested targeting optimization efforts that you can see will improve your bottom line.

When web application errors occur, saving time, effectively communicating with your team, and seeing the web application error from the user’s view reduces the impact of the error and provides a more direct view of optimizing web applications for the future.

User Experience Monitoring in the Age of Video | User Experience Video

User Experience Video: Using Active Website Monitoring Video Capture

Is your website monitoring data so detailed its like watching a user experience video of website monitoring? If not, then its time to look at an industry-first innovation that tells the full story, website monitoring that captures a user experience video – rather than just data – about your website’s performance. See this user’s view yourself, in the aptly named UserView Monitoring.

Web Application Monitoring with Video Capture: Aligning with User Goals

Do you have a true user’s view of your web application performance when an error occurs? Because if you don’t have web application monitoring with video capture — if all you see when an error occurs is an error code — then you’re in trouble.

If every web application monitoring error diagnostic is based on reading web application code — and not seeing an actual video of the web application at the time of the error, then you are not seeing your customers’ experience of your web application – and that’s a problem. If you aren’t viewing a web application performance video you aren’t seeing your web application through your user’s eyes, no matter how hard you try or how much code you read.

Stopping Black Friday Outages, Before They Start – Part 1 – Web Apps

For some online retailers the post Black Thursday eve, post Black Friday, post Cyber Monday analysis will be a time of joy and dreaming about a repeat in Black Friday 2013. For others it will be a tired “it was a perfect storm” excuse and finger pointing starting on Tuesday morning Nov. 27, 212. Why? Because invariably there are going to be websites that crash and burn during these peak days in the Black Friday 2012 online retail season. So, lets jump ahead, Back to the Future-style, and provide a few advance diagnostics that these soon-to-be, crash-and-burn online retail websites could have done in 5-minutes to save their 2012 seasons – before the big online shopping days actually arrive.

Monitoring the Cloud – Cloud Monitoring for Application Management

Cloud-based applications with poor performance cost companies lost revenues and customers. In fact, as cloud apps become more complex more performance issues can occur, resulting in lost conversions and higher rates of website abandonment. Therefore, companies running cloud web applications need to continually monitor for performance issues, functionality and availability.

Traditional web applications sit on static servers inside a data center behind company firewalls. This delivery chain is fixed with minimal variables. Cloud applications, however, are more complex by nature. Here the application delivery chain moves from an end-user through a browser (PC or mobile device), across the Internet (through a local ISP, or mobile carrier), through a third-party (cloud provider, or content delivery network (CDN)), into the complex infrastructure of a data center. All of these elements are essential to a cloud-based application’s performance making cloud testing and cloud monitoring much more challenging than traditional application performance management.