RIAlity offer, multiple-browser synthetic monitoring of your web site
2015 has seen the launch of RIAlity, a major enhancement to our Datametrie web offering.
RIALity provides the following new features:
- Support of multiple browsers: IE11, Chrome, and Firefox.
In keeping with changes in the market share of browsers, ip-label’s offer now supports Firefox and Chrome to reflect your users’ experience more closely.
- The multiple-browser measurement tool will also contribute new metrics that allow you to compare RUM-collected performances (real-user monitoring) as defined by the W3C and benefit from the visibility of Ajax asynchronous calls. The RIAlity offer does not automatically return alerts or errors on related content because this type of information is monitored by the new analysis tools described below.
- multi-dimensional analysis of your own content or third-party content
The past few years have seen a sharp rise in third-party content hosted in our customers’ pages. Such content, which serves marketing (Analytics, behavior monitoring, social networks) and advertising purposes, provides very unstable quality of service. It was therefore important for ip-label to propose new monitoring functions that enable individualized monitoring on this type of content. The ‘Virtual page’ function since 2014 has made it possible to isolate and follow specific groupings of domains, for example, those pertaining to the themes of ‘advertising and affiliated domains’ or ‘CDN cache’, ‘tracking’, etc. On the basis of new big data architecture that was rolled out in January 2015, monitoring of your content has become dynamic. The new bubble chart lets you observe, over a period filtered by content (images, css, scripts, etc.), the performance of all of your web contents at a glance.
On the x-axis the average loading time of each domain is set against the number of HTTP calls (y-axis). This perspective allows you to identify at a glance the correlation and the trend by instantly isolating the ‘atypical’ points that point to below-average performance.
The size of the bubbles corresponds to the size of the loaded objects in bytes, which is also one factor that can explain performance when big images or files are involved.
This new chart is available via the ‘Analysis’ menu for REAlity monitors, and for historical RIA offers.