Real User Monitoring

Real User Monitoring (RUM) is a passive form of monitoring that records how visitors interact with your website, providing in-depth information on application performance as seen by users accessing your site from different browsers, devices, and connection speeds.

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Gain full visibility into how users experience your application.

See how your audience experiences the performance of your application through Section’s RUM data. With comprehensive insights, you can continually tune your application performance for optimal speed and scalability.

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RUM data is the most accurate way to measure how your specific users are experiencing your application from real-world conditions including different browser types, devices, and connection speeds.

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Section's RUM includes business metrics that show the impact of page speed on bounce rate and number of pages viewed, for clear metrics that prove the ROI of performance improvements.

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Uncover opportunities for improvement in your application's performance and measure how optimizations made impact how your users experience application performance.

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Use Section's metrics and logs platform to review RUM data in detail and understand the effect of unusual traffic periods on your application. Ensure your application stays up even under high-traffic times.

Achieve better performance and security results with Section.

Section gives you control over their edge module configurations and full visibility into how your configurations and application are performing. By providing users with real user monitoring data within the Section portal, you can continually tune your application performance for optimal speed and scalability.

Technical Details

Real User Monitoring

Section’s Real User Monitoring is added to your website through a simple JavaScript snippet and data is visualized within the Section portal using Grafana.

Data collected includes:

  • Back-end, front-end, and full page load time
  • Throughput
  • Traffic by user agent (browser, device type)
  • Number of pages viewed by page speed
  • Bounce rate by page speed

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