Web Page Speed – Detailed Diagnostics & Report
BrowserView Monitoring continually checks overall webpage performance and load times using Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, or mobile browser engines from monitoring agents worldwide on a consistent monitoring frequency and sends alerts when errors are identified.
Working with BrowserView
- Creating a BrowserView Device
- Setting Up A BrowserView Task
- Working with BrowserView in the API
- BrowserView Reports
- Mobile Browser Emulation
When creating a BrowserView Device, first select which browser will conduct the monitoring of the website – a single type of browser (ex. IE) can be used, or individual instances of all browsers (ex. IE, Chrome, Firefox).
BrowserView connects to a website using a web browser – collecting synthetic end user analytics of page speed and performance. If issues are detected, BrowserView sends automated alert notifications.
Alerts include diagnostics (a network traceroute, webpage code snippet, webpage snapshot etc.). Built-in false-positive technology helps to eliminate false alerts, Customizable escalation protocols using filters, and multi-user/group support ensures that everyone who needs to know about a problem is notified at the right time using the right notification devices. These diagnostics help pinpoint whether the root cause of the issue is an application, server, or network related error. Getting to the root cause of the error reduces the time-to-repair and decreases the negative revenue impact of the error on customers and stakeholders.
Longer term trend analysis helps identify common bottlenecks as well as sporadic problems.
You can quickly see:
- Page Load Times / Speeds
- Slow and Missing Elements
- Performance Bottlenecks
- Speed Breakdown by Host
- Waterfall charts (by element)
- Interactive Drilldrown Reports