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Constellix Sonar announces it will be hosting a new webinar Tuesday April 26 from 2-3pm, to demo its new feature Real-User Monitoring (RUM). Released a month ago, RUM has already proven itself an invaluable tool for system administrators. The webinar aims to show users how they can use this data to optimize their network performance for every kind of user, regardless of browser or location.
Registration for the webinar is currently open.
RUM has evolved drastically over the past few years: from monitoring user traffic from the point of view of a data center, to actually tracking individual user metrics. This has created a shift in how organizations monitor their user traffic, and demands an individualized experience for every user.
“This can be intimidating, but when you can harness the power of RUM, you can analyze your traffic with precision and optimize your network for all types of users,” says President of Constellix Steven Job.
There are many factors that can affect the performance of a network, and each individual user will experience it differently. RUM monitors all of these factors and provides users with the tools to accurately measure and make actionable changes to improve end-user experience.
RUM makes user analytics simple, “whether you’re a DNS guru or a newcomer to managing your query traffic, RUM is the go-to solution for anyone wanting to analyze their end-users’ connectivity to their domains,” says Job.
After the user installs a simple Java snippet into their website, RUM will begin to collect actual user metrics such as:
Senior Sales Engineer Evan Daniels will be hosting the webinar and will walk viewers through a live demo of how to install and use RUM, followed by a thirty-minute question and answer session.
Constellix is currently available for free to DNS Made Easy members while it is still in beta.
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