Real User Monitoring (RUM)
What is Real User Monitoring? What are the Key Metrics Measured by Real User Monitoring Tools?

What is Real User Monitoring? What are the Key Metrics Measured by Real User Monitoring Tools?

Real User Monitoring (RUM) is a type of performance monitoring that involves tracking and analyzing user interactions with a website or web application in real-time. RUM provides valuable insights into how users experience a website or an application by collecting data directly from their browsers and devices during these interactions.

Using Prometheus Blackbox Exporter to Monitor URL Endpoints​

There are several popular open source observability tools out there which can be used to build observability stacks to help with the convenient alerting and monitoring of several components in a cloud-based architecture. Prometheus blackbox exporter can be used to gain visibility into components that cannot usually be accessed from within the infrastructure.

Continuous Application Profiling, now part of ObserveNow​

ObserveNow Profiler, now part of OpsVerse ObserveNow allows developers to identify bottlenecks and areas for improvement within live applications. This allows developers to get a more accurate understanding of how their systems are functioning and identify any issues that may not have been apparent in a testing environment.

How do I measure Web performance?

Web performance is all about making websites feel smooth, and the tradeoffs developers can make to get that feeling of slickness. But when we talk about performance and making websites “fast” what metrics are we actually talking about?

K8s auto-instrumentation with OpsVerse + Odigos​

As a company built on top of open source observability tools and in collaboration with the thriving OSS community, we’re always on the lookout for new, interesting projects that we can leverage, sponsor, and contribute to. And in recent months, a project that we’ve been tracking closely is Odigos.

Frontend Monitoring with OpsVerse ObserveNow

Frontend monitoring allows you to instrument your frontend applications with just a few lines of code, while also providing the flexibility to build up more complex observability use-cases. And once you instrument your application, all your application logs, metrics, and traces are sent as part of the same instrumentation stack that your backend code is integrated with, allowing you to observe, monitor, alert, and debug your entire service stack, from end-to-end, through a single, configurable view!

Introducing OpsVerse ONE – An IDP Based on Backstage

An internal developer platform (IDP) enables an Engineering organization to continuously empower its developers. Also sometimes called a “dev portal” or “development platform” (whichever semantic you choose), an IDP generally brings together a unified, cohesive interface for developer and internal tools, micro services catalog and documentation