In addition, based on the Application Performance Index algorithm (Apdex), ARMS calculates the satisfaction rating of application sites and pages, allowing you to learn the user experience on the sites or pages.
When a user accesses a service, the whole process can be divided into three phases: page production time (server status), page load time, and page run time.
To ensure stable online services, the running status of services is monitored on the server. Currently, while the server monitoring system is quite mature, the monitoring of page load and run time status is far from satisfactory. For example:
- You can’t capture the errors immediately after they occur when users access your website
- You don’t know the actual response time for users from different countries or regions to access your website
- You have no idea about the performance and success rate of asynchronous data calls of each application
The ARMS browser monitoring platform monitors the status of page load time and run time, and reports data, such as the page load performance, run time exceptions, and API call status and consumed time, to the log server. Then, the platform monitors the access of all real online users based on the rich real-time log analysis and processing services provided by ARMS. Finally, the platform displays results on reports to help you detect and diagnose problems in a timely manner.
|Safari for iOS||Safari for iOS 9.2+||✔️||✔️|
|Android Browser||android_webkit 4.4.2+||✔️||✔️|
|Weex||Weex 0.16.0 +||✔️|