Real User Monitoring
|Category|| : ||Computing » Internet
|Country/Region|| : ||Worldwide
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What does RUM mean?
Real User Monitoring (RUM) is a web monitoring technology that tracks all user interaction with a website. It collects valuable data about the user’s interactions with the website. The data is then used to determine the actual service-level quality delivered to end-users and to detect errors or slowdowns on the web pages. Thus RUM provides performance monitoring of web pages based on data collected from real end-users.