Manage the End User Experience

— November 25, 2013


Aternity, a provider of End User Experience Management (EUEM) for any application on physical, virtual, and mobile devices, has expanded its Mobile EUEM capabilities to the App Developer community.

Aternity for Mobile App Developers is a tag-free mobile APM platform that provides comprehensive visibility across the performance and availability of mobile apps and devices.

Gaining insight into when, where and why their applications are not performing is critical for mobile App Developers who won’t tolerate poor End User Experience interfering with how users perceive their applications.

“Managing mobile app performance is a challenge for developers, organizations and other stakeholders due to the difficulty of tracking their behavior across different environments, devices and networks,” said Dan Yachin, Research Director of Emerging Technologies at IDC EMEA. “As result, we see a growing demand for solutions to provide comprehensive mobile app monitoring and analytics that enable optimization of the user experience.”

The platform embeds end user visibility into mobile apps by monitoring and analyzing the following mobile metrics and dynamically alerting and reporting on them by Location, Carrier, Device Type, Operating System, Target Server:

  • App Performance
  • Device Performance
  • Network and Server Latency
  • App Errors
  • Handled Exceptions
  • App Crashes with Stack Trace
  • Network and Server Errors
  • Network Connectivity Impact
  • Traffic and Data Volume
Aternity for Mobile App Developers will be available in January 2014 for iOS and Android. Registration for the Early Access Mobile Program is open now.

POST A COMMENT

comments powered by Disqus

RATE THIS CONTENT (5 Being the Best)

12345
Current rating: 0 (0 ratings)

MOST READ STORIES

topics

Must See


FEATURED REPORT

From Mobile First to Mobile Productivity

Logic would lead to the conclusion that utilizing a mobile first strategy—designing experiences for mobile devices and processes, with the mobile user in mind—would automatically lead to mobile productivity, but that is not the reality. Here are the critical things needed to take mobile productivity to the next level.