Collecting end-user experience data from applications
End-user experience data collects data that includes event and metric data that provide a crucial insight into your application.
- Metric data - The metric data collected includes application performance data such as time required for a page to load, time required for looking up a domain, and number of Ajax requests that returned HTTP errors for a page. For more information, see End-user experience performance metrics.
Avoid using your web application with a browser in private/incognito mode, since all the data collected for end-user experience monitoring and analytics might not be collected.
The following workflow diagram outlines the steps that you must follow to successfully configure end-user experience data collection and analytics.
|Configure automatic application rules and create manually create application source rules
|3. Creating custom fields for your application
|(optional) Create custom fields to collect additional data from your application
|4. Configuring end-user experience settings
(optional) Configure settings to send Ajax events for your application
|Analyzing end-user experience with your configured applications
|Use the End User Summary view to analyze user experience data