20 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

Topic

User Monitoring

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By Guest Post of New Relic 1 month ago.
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New Relic's suite of applications is the browser page load time analysis. The tool uses RUM (Real User Monitoring) to measure the page load times experienced by actual users. The load time is split into Web Application, Network, DOM Processing and Page Rendering metrics, describing how long the page is taking to access, download and render.

The report showed that average page load times were around 8.5 seconds, way above Akamai's recommended limit of 2 seconds. Also, …

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By Chris McCraw of New Relic 1 year ago.
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Browser / App Server selector allows you to hide or expose Real User Monitoring (browser) data.

You'll also find a historical comparison button that will let you see how your performance has changed over the past day or week.

The App Map Page

The App Map page is interesting if your app talks to external services or other apps New Relic knows about. If your app does have multiple tiers, this page provides a good summary dashboard of all your external ( HTTP

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By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside over 2 years ago.
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…they've not rested on their laurels. Just a few months ago they released a Real User Monitoring service which goes right down to the customer experience. How quick pages load, how quick the pages are to render, etc.

Cloudmailin - Incoming Email for your Web App (As A Service)

Cloudmailin is a cloud service that can accept e-mail and then send the required data, real time, to your webapp over an HTTP POST request. Take the strain out of hosting your own e-mail …

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By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside almost 3 years ago.
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…they've not rested on their laurels. Just a couple of months ago they released a Real User Monitoring service which goes right down to the customer experience. How quick pages load, how quick the pages are to render, etc.

Jumpstart Lab - Rails Training Experts

Jumpstart Lab , headed by Jeff Casimir, is a training company specializing in Ruby on Rails. Their classes are usually two days long and while their prescheduled classes tend to be in Washington DC, …

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By Trevor of Trevor Turk almost 3 years ago.
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By Lew Cirne of New Relic 1 year ago.
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…we've been monitoring billions of web pages each week being served on mobile browsers since our Real User Monitoring product launch in 2011. Our users have optimized their pages for this growing mobile use case, but until now, they haven't seen the actual native app experience. As tablets and smartphones proliferate through companies large and small, there is a tremendous need for dev, ops and business tools that shed light on the end user experience. How do we know? Because our customers …

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By Leigh Shevchik of New Relic over 1 year ago.
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Are you in San Francisco and looking for something interesting to do tonight? If so, look no further. Chris Kelly , New Relic's Developer / Evangelist, will be discussing Real User Monitoring at the San Francisco PHP Meetup .

In his session, Chris will describe how to use RUM to understand your application through the eyes of your users. He'll take a look at how at a number of core areas, including the web request lifecycle, synthetic testing versus …

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By Chris Cook of New Relic over 1 year ago.
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Last week, New Relic released new navigation and user interface changes for our service, and while this is always risky ("who moved my cheese?"), the feedback from our users was significantly positive.

So you may ask:

"Why would New Relic even mess with the navigation that has proven to be so successful for us to date?"

We are very committed to continued improvement of our service. In the past year or so, we added Real User Monitoring and Server Monitoring for free, …

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By Bob Uva of New Relic over 1 year ago.
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standalone FREE product, combining the power of New Relic's Real User Monitoring, Application Monitoring, and Server Monitoring provides true end-to-end visibility of the entire application stack!

Try Windows Server Monitoring Today!

Windows Server Monitoring is available now and is included FREE of charge in all our subscription levels.

If you already have a New Relic account, click here to download and install the agent. If not, there's never been …

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By Bill Hodak of New Relic almost 2 years ago.
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