SaaS and Web Applications
Why It's Hard to Measure SaaS Performance
See Actual End-User Experience
Looking over the shoulder of your favorite salesperson isn't a scalable solution to measure app performance. With AppNeta, you can automate synthetic transactions at scale to log in to SaaS apps like a real person, use the application and directly measure the time it takes to perform common actions.
End-user experience broken down by step in milestones, even for single-page apps
Trends in performance like periodic slowdowns or activation time of accounts today vs. a month ago.
Your office, your on-site network or your external internet connection for accurate representation of performance.
Identify Which Apps Are Competing for Resources
Congestion is the number one problem in most office networks. Streaming audio and video compete for resources with business-critical apps that are sharing the same lines to the internet. With the invasion of SaaS apps to every department, recreational apps and services are now directly competing for your users' productivity.
Traffic for the Boston office broken down by applications in use
Identify Every App
With over 1,500 built in and the ability to customize, you'll know which apps are sending or receiving the most data.
See Recreational Killers
Find out Which Users
With Active Directory Integration you can identify who was logged in when the app was being used.
Fix Your Network Faster
If you're not getting what you paid for from your ISP or your network isn't configured properly, or your wireless isn't working as expected, that can have an immediate effect on every single application. Monitoring SaaS apps will lead to discoveries about poorly performing apps, employee behavior and larger issues, like Shadow IT apps or orphaned apps you're still paying for.
Bi-directional path diagnostic with hop-by-hop metrics to reduce issue troubleshooting time
Take Back Control
90% of the delivery path of an application like Salesforce is beyond your firewall.
Monitor to fix network configuration issues, unmet wireless expectations and ISP SLAs.
Don't rely on point-in-time metrics out of context. Monitor all the time to all the apps you care about.