Performance & Real User Monitoring Tools (RUM) | Pingdom

Overview of your visitors experiences

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Collect real performance data from your actual visitors with an incredibly simple setup.

Easy implementation

Enter the URL from where you want Pingdom to collect user data and the satisfaction parameters for your site’s visitor load times

Collect real visitor data

Install a small Javascript snippet in the header of your site and start collecting visitor data in your Pingdom dashboard

View performance trends

Comprehensive visualizations help you understand how your most important visitors experience your website

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Site satisfaction metrics from those who matter most

Get insights into the experience of every visitor with all of the data you need to deliver a great visitor experience. Understand how your website performs in real-world conditions and specify what performance levels are considered satisfactory, tolerated and frustrating for users.

Enhance web performance for important users

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Country

Median load time

2.0s

Pageviews

1337

Maybe a particular part of the world is important to your business, but for some reason your site is really slow to access from there. Filter data from specific users for greater insight on the regional performance of your website. By setting your own performance levels for what is considered satisfactory, you can ensure your most valuable customers get the site experience they deserve.

Optimize for browser-specific experience

How your visitors experience your site can differ depending on their browser of choice. Identify which browser your most valued customers use to access your website and make informed optimizations to deliver great performance for those who matter most.

Real data in real time

Catch the action as it happens on your website with real user data in real time. Identify bottlenecks and pain points to ensure any issues are rectified before customer frustration becomes critical. View trends to see any changes in load time that happened over specific time periods. For example, if a spike in load time coincides with the number of visitors and how it compares to historical data.

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