End-User Experience: Real-User Monitoring - Features and Benefits
Key Gomez Real-User Monitoring Features and CapabilitiesGomez Real-User Monitoring, also commonly referred to as passive monitoring, measures actual real-user experiences and behaviors as they interact with your web, non-web, mobile, streaming and cloud-based applications. Key capabilities include:
- Real-User Monitoring - Data Center Measures real-user transactions in the data center to ensure optimal application performance and availability across servers, networks, databases, middleware and mainframes. Quickly detects where the problems reside: the application, web server, middleware, database, network or mainframe.
- Real-User Monitoring - Browser Measures performance directly from your users’ browsers while they access your web and Rich Internet Applications (RIA), so you can better understand the business impact of performance problems and ensure complete customer satisfaction.
- Real-User Monitoring – Mobile Measures your mobile web-site and native application performance directly from your end users’ mobile devices, so you can understand the business impact of performance problems and ensure a quality end-user mobile experience for your customers.
- Real-User Monitoring - Mobile Carrier Operational monitoring of mobile carriers to detect mobile provider performance and availability problems in key geographies.