Monitoring Visual Builder Apps with Oracle Application Performance Monitoring by Shay Shmeltzer

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Tracking and monitoring the end user interactions with your Visual Builder application is key in creating a better user experience. Knowing information such as which pages are being used the most, the performance of REST calls, and how often do users encounter errors can help deliver a better user experience to customers. It can help you tune your app to achieve better performance too. The new Oracle Application Performance Monitoring (Oracle APM), part of the Oracle Cloud Observability and Management Platform, provides a great solution for tracking what is happening in your Visual Builder apps from the client perspective. In this blog we’ll show you how to get the combination of VB and APM working.

The new version of Oracle APM, released earlier this month, includes a browser agent solution that can be used for tracking any web app. The data it collects is gathered in a queriable repository and let you explore multiple dimensions of your app. From looking at high-level statistics about app usage such as type of browser used, overall response times and error rates – all the way to individual interactions and the time it took to invoke specific REST calls in a page. Read the complete article here.

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