Web End User Experience Management (Web EUEM) allows you to see how your web application is performing from the point of view of your end user. You can answer questions like:
- Which 1st or 3rd party Ajax or iframe calls are slowing down page load time?
- How does server performance impact end user experience in aggregate or in individual cases?
You can drill into the data to explore how users experience your application in their Web browsers.
Using Web EUEM to Monitor your Application
Web EUEM offers multiple ways to look at your data, in real time. You can:
- Understand and improve your web page's performance
- Gain insight into individual requests, with detailed charts on how your pages, Ajax requests, and iframes load and build in your end user's browsers, with links, if enabled, to reports on server-side performance. See Browser Snapshots.
- Find your worst performing pages by multiple common metrics. See Top Pages.
- Reduce errors
- Learn about your users
For more information on using EUEM for monitoring, see Monitor Your Applications with Web EUEM.
How It Works
Setting Up and Configuring Web EUEM
Web EUEM is easy to set up. It is also highly configurable. You can:
- instrument your application to work with Web EUEM. For more information, see Set Up Your Application for Web EUEM.
- set up how your information appears in the Controller UI. For more information see Configure the Controller UI for Web EUEM.
- customize your deployment. For more information, see Customize Your Web EUEM Deployment.
For more information on setting up Web EUEM, see Set Up and Configure Web EUEM.
Licensing and Enabling Web EUEM
Web EUEM requires a separate license, and must be enabled before it is available for use. Until it is enabled it does not appear in the left navigation bar of the Controller UI.
For information about licensing, including a description of the two kinds of licenses, Lite and Pro, see Web EUEM License.
For information on enabling or disabling EUEM, see Set Up and Configure Web EUEM.