Regardless of who your end users are, it’s business-critical to give them the best website experience possible. The problem with using a collection of point monitoring solutions focused on specific areas of the end user experience is that they only give you limited visibility. Without being able to connect the dots, you can’t quickly uncover the root cause of an issue and eliminate areas of user friction.
Quickly identify performance bottlenecks with full context to detect and resolve issues faster, improve the end user experience and increase user satisfaction.
Use comprehensive browser performance data, complete with the context needed to identify performance patterns for page views, resources, HTTP requests, etc. and optimize code from the frontend browser to the backend server.
Instana's end user experience monitoring (EUEM) dashboard offers a complete view of user activity, performance and errors, enabling IT teams to identify and address issues that may be negatively impacting end user satisfaction.
Instana’s unbounded analytics engine allows end user requests to be analyzed from any perspective, tying together traces, metrics and profiles. All data about the request is available for teams to easily filter, analyze and quickly resolve any issues that end users are experiencing.
Leverage Instana’s unmatched comprehensive tracing support to consume and analyze every trace, regardless of how it’s captured. Complete automatic tracing combined and correlated with other open-source traces gives you the context and relevant information you need to deliver the best possible user experience.
Instana integrates with other monitoring tools, such as log management and network
monitoring tools like IBM® Turbonomic®, to provide a comprehensive view of application
performance across the entire IT infrastructure with no plug-ins or application restarts.
IBM Instana Observability gives everyone across the enterprise user-friendly access to the data they want with the context they need to deliver rapid issue prevention and remediation.