Monitor Frontend and Backend App Performance to Improve the User Experience [Webinar]

FREE WEBINAR:
Bring Frontend and Backend Monitoring Together From the Start
Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015 @ 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT)

Understanding how your backend applications perform is traditionally the center of performance monitoring efforts. Response times, errors, and transactions are all essential elements you need to measure in order to keep your digital business running optimally.

Stephen Ippoliti, New Relic APM webinar hostHowever, performance monitoring can’t stop there. In today’s applications, more and more code is running on the client side (in the browser) so performance monitoring needs to extend to the frontend as well. You need to see the full picture to ensure a positive user experience—everything from the first page load to the final click to complete the user’s transaction.

Join New Relic Technical Account Manager Stephen Ippoliti for an informative 60-minute webinar that will demonstrate how New Relic APM + New Relic Browser

  • Are designed to work together to provide a powerful level of insight to help you improve frontend and backend performance.
  • Can help you see total time spent in your application and break that down between the multiple layers of your frontend and backend apps.
  • Give you a unique view into the performance of URLs your visitors land on.
  • Allow you to follow a user through their entire experience in your app and see where any bottlenecks occur.

There will also be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar so you will have the opportunity to get your frontend and backend monitoring questions answered.

Don’t miss out: Follow the link below to register today!

WEBINAR: Bring Frontend and Backend Monitoring Together From the Start
Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015
2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT)

 

Note: Event dates, participants, and topics are subject to change without notice.

 

 

David Gaule is an editor at New Relic. Prior to joining the company, he served as senior editor for AllBusiness.com. Way back in the days of paper books, David held positions at HarperCollins Publishers and Little, Brown & Company. View posts by .

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