Monitor Complete End-User Experience

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Monitor End-User Experience

Get detailed end-user metrics from any location

Modern SaaS and web apps require new forms of network and application monitoring. AppNeta provides proactive visibility into the networks and applications that business relies on. With AppNeta’s advanced synthetic transaction monitoring, IT Ops can actively monitor the end-user experience of every SaaS app, web-based app, or API like it’s in-house and like a real user.

With continuous baselining of applications IT can easily identify whether performance issues are in enterprise infrastructure, the internet or in the app. Combined with the active network context from Delivery and passive data collection of Usage, IT can create performance baselines and alert on deviations from the norm with 4-Dimensional monitoring.

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Monitor apps from behind the firewall or from global locations

Measure end-user experience from where your user sits. Run scripted workflows for any application to proactively alert on performance issues that stem from the network, server or browser. Easily deployed behind the firewall with a monitoring point, IT can measure over the application delivery path including WiFi, LAN, WAN, and your ISP to help identify the root cause of performance issues and where the stem from.

AppNeta lets you see end-user experience broken down into network, server and browser timing

High-level end-user experience chart broken down into network, server and browser timing

See DNS context critical apps with performance monitoring

Single-server DNS timing for Office 365

See the impact of DNS resolution time

Enterprises often underestimate the impact DNS has on user experience of applications. Varying performance based on service, location, or application can alter the user’s perception of performance. AppNeta’s DNS monitoring tracks and trends the performance of all DNS servers that resolve IP addresses for the business-critical applications IT cares about by looking at the resolution of all web path targets, allowing IT to correlate DNS with end-user experience. By not limiting monitoring to the fastest response IT can understand exactly what’s happening in the DNS layer which can quickly affect entire locations and the productivity of users at those locations.

Take advantage of Selenium and milestones

Use the industry's most advanced Selenium scripting engine with custom milestone breakpoints to better monitor single-page apps. With milestones, AppNeta gives you the ability to create logical transitions in your synthetic transaction testing that traditional synthetic scripts can't because they rely solely on page transitions. Does the app you are monitoring load more data with a click, but not a new page? Check the user experience of even the smallest business-critical function. You can also see automatically generated screenshots when the script encounters an error to know exactly what the user saw when the page failed.

Selenium scripting gives you milestone timing breakdown for every user interaction in AppNeta

Milestone timing breakdown for every user interaction

AppNeta performance monitoring includes milestone timing and resource waterfall charting

Milestone timing and resource waterfall chart

See multi-page waterfall charting with time to first byte and page loads

Use detailed page content breakdown information that includes JavaScript, CSS, HTML, HTTP throughput, response time and network, browser and server timings. Follow transactions through multiple steps on a single page, even in the most modern single-page apps (e.g., G Suite, Office 365), with AppNeta milestones.

With AppNeta you get reports and alerts plus third-party API monitoring.

Additional Features

Dual testing with full Selenium scripting for web apps and HTTP monitoring for APIs and mobile apps
Simple, scalable pricing
Apdex scoring per milestone with screen capture on error
365-day data retention
App performance and location comparison dashboards
Comprehensive DNS monitoring and server identification
Third-party API and plug-in monitoring
Detailed alerting and interactive reporting

Global monitoring locations