The Performance team has a lot of tools to optimize the portals and RUM is one of them. This post is the first of a series in which we’ll take a look at what RUM is, what it can do and what it can’t.
Real User Measurements (or Monitoring) has seen a steep increase in use in the past year. Companies see it as the next Holy Grail in web performance monitoring and are shifting their attention to it. With current RUM techniques, it’s still impossible to pinpoint what the cause of a slowdown is. How do you get insights from the RUM data and how fast can you notice shifts in trends? The second post in our series about RUM will dive into it. Missed the first about the general introduction of RUM? Click here.