Our virtual users mimic real-world users performing real-world tasks, such as typing emails, browsing the web, looking up patient details and generating monthly reports. When our virtual user notices a discrepancy in performance from anywhere in your infrastructure, it will alert you immediately—increasing end-user productivity while also minimizing downtime and other costly business disruptions through predictive analysis.
Client Side Performance Testing
Our virtual user can help you identify these issues by simulating user logons from remote locations continuously, thereby doing exactly what real users would, albeit with one difference: It measures and reports back every action, as well as the time it took to complete them, e.g. the logon and application start, or a certain click-path through your mission critical application.
Our virtual user continuously measures the systems’ user experience as if it is a real person working in the environment, while online it continuously measures the performance of logons, application starts and specific actions in your applications, such as generating a monthly report or the network activity.
Performing changes to your environment is a fact of life. It’s also a fact that not all changes are equally as good for the user experience. That is why we recommend you validate changes (or newly built environments) before you bring them to production. If you want to test these changes in an automated fashion our virtual user can help.
Login PI Virtual User alerts you immediately when it notices a change in performance, or if the application can no longer start, as well as log ins and App start times. From all over the world in all your environments 24/7. Therefore, you no longer need to rely on real users reporting that they can no longer start the application, which gives you the time to resolve the matter before it affects both the user experience and the bottom line of the company.
Login PI 2.0 introduced Service Level Agreement (SLA) reports. This allows IT to produce intuitive reports summarizing the virtual user performance for a specific day or month. As IT organizations migrate to a service delivery model, they use SLAs to outline contractual obligations for application availability and performance.