Use Real User Monitoring (RUM) To
Identify Performance Issues in Real Time
Your RUM tracker records live data from real users – RapidSpike then collects that data and produces a suite of graphs and tables where you can analyse vital traffic metrics to determine performance.
Copy and paste a lightweight tracking script into pages you wish to monitor.
Real User data is analysed and recorded minute-by-minute and displayed in near real-time.
See user performance by page – with a breakdown of network, server and browser speed.
Demographics information includes user location, device and browser used.
Setup Takes Seconds
Add this snippet to your website or app header and you will begin receiving data within minutes. Our RUM script is lightweight and served over a secure connection.
Detailed Data Analysis
Break down page load into Network, Server and Browser.
Real User Monitors track page load across these different metrics to enable you to analyse exactly where any latency and performance issues are occurring.
Learn More About Your Website (and Your Visitors)
Real User Monitoring data can be used to leverage demographics information against performance – giving you incredible insights into real-world experiences.
Optimise your site’s potential regardless of location or technology.
Detect dynamic pages – such as your Order Complete page, giving you live data on every successful order.
Alert when your traffic exceeds a certain amount.
Trigger notifications when your load times slow down.
Measure metrics against the same day and time the previous week.
Set fixed values or measure against a percentage increase over time.
Answering Vital Performance Questions
RapidSpike Real User Monitoring can help you answer a lot of important questions about how the site performs for real customers on a daily – even hourly – basis.
How does speed vary by country?
If your business operates internationally, it’s important to ensure that your website performs well for your customers regardless of their location.
You might consider improving your infrastructure by hosting a local mirror of the site, or changing the location of your servers.
Does the site perform equally across devices?
As a benchmark, surveys have shown 40% of online shoppers will wait just 3 seconds for a site to load.
Mobile-first design helps ensure full compatibility with smaller screen sizes and restrictive processing power.
How does a user’s browser affect the page load?
Browser performance can vary for many reasons, and these performance issues are compounded when users use devices with low processing power.
RUM will help you understand what browsers are being used by your customers, and further break down the process into Network, Server and Browser load time.