As companies increasingly engage customers and employees through web applications, web application testing and web application monitoring solutions can be instrumental in optimizing the user experience.
When a web application isn’t performing properly customers will turn to a competitor’s site in just seconds. Web application testing can help to find and fix problems before applications go live, giving IT teams the confidence that apps will work as designed and launch on time. And once applications are up and running, web application testing can help to monitor performance, identifying and resolving issues before they impact the end-user experience.
When you want to implement superior web application testing solutions, Dynatrace provides a suite of leading application performance management (APM) solutions that are the choice of thousands of companies large and small.
Dynatrace it is a leading provider of application monitoring and performance management solutions, with more than 5,700 clients that include 75 percent of the Fortune 500 and nine of the top 10 banks and retailers. Our web application testing solutions have been engineered by a team comprising more than 800 of the world’s leading APM experts.
Web application testing capabilities are built into several Dynatrace solutions:
Dynatrace also provides real user monitoring softwarethat lets you find bottlenecks quickly and monitors application and network performance through a single view.
Prior to launching an application, our web application testing solutions can provide answers to critical questions: will the application launch on time? Will it handle unforeseen spikes in traffic? Will users have the experience that we want them to have? Will infrastructure, third parties, and CDNs all work together properly?
After apps go wide, our web application testing solutions provide critical insights and answers to questions like: why does my app only have two stars? Why are customers abandoning the app on this page? Why does this customer segment have such a low conversion rate? And how are conversions impacted by mobile performance?