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  • End User Monitoring
  • Mobile Real User Monitoring
  • Browser Mobile Analytics
  • Essentials
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  • Student Guide
  • Lab Guide
  • Instructor Guide (internal)
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  • 4.3
  • 4.4
  • Performance Analyst
  • Instructor-led Course

Instructor-led Course

EUM202 - Mobile and IoT Application Monitoring

 AppDynamics End User Monitoring (EUM) provides end-to-end visibility on the performance of your websites, mobile applications and IoT device applications. This half-day course covers the Mobile Real User Monitoring (MRUM) and IoT application monitoring components of EUM. Cost: 1 Training Unit

  • 3.5 Hours
  • 5 Topics

What You Will Learn

You will learn how to connect mobile application performance to your real users’ behavior and experience, and troubleshoot both network issues as well as server issues. You can link directly to correlated APM snapshots, allowing for true end-to-end analysis. You will learn how to build IoT dashboard widgets to gather the appropriate data for your performance monitoring goals and troubleshoot issues. Learn the major capabilities from monitoring overall performance and usage statistics to tracking the performance of individual request types and identifying emerging issues. Investigate mobile crash trends as well as individual crashes with detailed snapshot information, including a stack trace. Explanations of topics are followed by demos and hands-on labs that allow you to use MRUM and IoT application monitoring to experience analyzing and troubleshooting real-world use cases on a live system.

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Who is this course for?

This course is for users who want valuable insight into their customers’ journeys through their mobile apps as well as IoT application connectivity and performance. These users can include application owners or belong to development, operations, devops, test/QA or application monitoring teams.