Monitoring Mobile Apps

— February 20, 2014

Development, operations and information technology (IT) teams that are deploying and managing mobile apps can  monitor user-specific mobile device experiences with Logentries Mobile Insights - a management and analytics service for mobile apps.

Logentries, a provider of Software as a Service (SaaS)-delivered log management and analytics, launched Mobile Insights with the Beta release of iOS, Android, and HTML5 logging and analytics. The new capabilities allow for the collection and analysis of important log events directly from mobile apps including proactive, real-time identification of potential application failures or issues.

According to the research firm IDC, in 2013 the smartphone market alone shipped one billion units in a single year for the first time. With organizations increasingly delivering business applications to the unprecedented number of end users, Logentries Mobile Insights can be used to understand and track mobile app usage, behavior and end user experience of critical mobile apps across platforms, by analyzing granular log data.

A powerful mix of cloud computing, a massive end-user movement to mobile devices, and continued emergence of distributed computing have changed the way IT and business operations are managing their businesses,” said Andrew Burton, president and CEO of Logentries.

Logentries Mobile Insights enables the collection of app usage events and measurements across all major mobile device platforms and provides the ability to securely capture and investigate app crashes and stack traces. The solution features include real-time app performance monitoring, bug and crash analytics, app usage insights and device compatibility.


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