We hosted the second session of our free, four-part Applications Manager training series on June 13th. In this webinar, our product experts shared insights on how users can improve end-user experience for web applications and websites with our End User Monitoring (EUM) feature.

A quick recap

In this webinar, attendees learned how to:

Monitor synthetic transactions

  • Add an HTTP-URL monitor, perform content checks, capture underlying URL components, and leverage synthetic transactions to understand user interactions and behavior through multiple URLs in a site with the help of website monitoring.

  • Collect valuable insights about key metrics in real time.

 Track common user pathways

  • Launch a browser and mimic user interactions on a site to determine which element is slowing down an application or webpage. Use the waterfall graphs and resource split representations available in the Real Browser Monitoring (RBM) feature.

  • Automatically build monitoring scripts to monitor relevant performance metrics like availability, health, and response time

  • Improve user experience by monitoring application performance periodically using the Real Browser Monitoring feature.

 Monitor across geographic locations

  • Measure the performance of servers running in different locations (e.g. branch offices and client offices) by installing End User Monitoring (EUM) agents. These agents periodically collect and transmit performance insights to the parent Applications Manager setup running in a head office.

 Ensure optimal web performance

  • Configure web servers or services, and perform SOAP actions and requests to detect unauthorized changes in website elements (e.g. text, CSS, and scripts) before they affect service delivery with the help of website monitoring.

 Weren’t able to attend our webinar? Don’t sweat it! You can watch it here:

                          [youtube https://

Don’t forget to attend the third part of our webinar series on June 20th (11:30am EDT, 6:30am GMT). Register now and start delving into the best practices of application and server performance monitoring.