Announcing the General Availability of Splunk Mobile RUM for Native Mobile Apps

As the world increasingly works, buys, and communicates through native mobile apps. In 2020 there were 218 billion new app installs globally, 13.4 billion from the US alone. The challenge, while iOS and Android applications make up significant portions of user traffic and business, engineering teams and monitoring tools are split between mobile app and backend developers; this creates siloed visibility on how changes to the app or backend components impact each other, and end user experience.


Debug iOS crashes efficiently with Datadog RUM

Unsurprisingly, application crashes due to fatal errors can be a major pain point for iOS users. Recent research shows that roughly 20 percent of mobile application uninstalls were due to crashes or other code errors. As a developer, it’s paramount to manage this potential churn by capturing comprehensive crash data in order to track, triage, and debug recurring issues in your iOS apps.

Real User Monitoring for SaaS Apps You Don't Control

Service Watch Browser provides Real User Monitoring (RUM) for SaaS and web applications you don't control. The browser-based plugin can be securely installed as an Internet Explorer or Chrome extension to get the end-user perspective of mission-critical apps such as Microsoft 365, Salesforce, Workday, AWS, etc. Service Watch Browser enables IT admins or app owners to proactively detect and troubleshoot Wi-Fi, ISP, and local network connectivity issues causing the slowness.

Facilitate DevOps Monitoring with Synthetics and RUM

DevOps is a common name in the technology household. Teams, small or big, are embracing this concept to deliver applications faster, improve software quality, and add efficiency in the development process from the very beginning. Shortening the feedback loop leads to a cost-effective way for businesses to find and fix defects earlier in the cycle process. Plus, it lowers the software failure rate in production and minimizes time wastage for the development team.


Sumo Logic completes full stack observability with Real User Monitoring capabilities

We all know how our life has changed in the last two decades in terms of how we interact with our vendors for day to day activities, regardless if we shop for a birthday present or read a newspaper. This digital transformation of everything we do increased even more during the pandemic, when it appeared that a malfunctioning digital access channel can often mean lack of possibility to enter certain places like even the country or a plane to get back home.

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Why Exoprise Beats the Competition

Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) solutions like those from Exoprise monitor SaaS and custom web applications behind the firewall or cloud to deliver optimal performance to end-users. In a survey done by Forrester, 51% of technology teams and individuals are now objectively managed on providing the right technology to improve and manage the end-user experience. While the onset of COVID may have led companies to restructure a year ago, the same companies are now presented with new challenges to support a hybrid workforce and retain the best employees.


Use Datadog Session Replay to view real-time user journeys

When developing large, customer-facing applications, it’s paramount to have visibility into real user behavior in order to optimize your UX. Without a direct view into what users are actually doing when navigating your app, it can be difficult to reproduce bugs and understand how aspects of your frontend design are causing user frustration and churn. With Datadog RUM’s Session Replay feature, currently available in beta, you can watch individual user sessions using a video-like interface.


Real User Monitoring: Past, Present and Future

Most front-end developers and practitioners are familiar with real user monitoring (RUM) tools as a means to understand how end-users are perceiving the performance of applications. Few people, however, are aware of the history of the RUM market, going back more than two decades. Over the years, as the internet has evolved with new technologies, RUM tools have evolved in lock-step to cater to the ever changing needs and use cases of engineering teams.