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How to isolate signed-in users from guest users within Amazon CloudWatch RUM

Real user monitoring (RUM) helps web application owners monitor the performance of client-side applications running on end-user devices. For example, RUM can help application owners detect when end-users are experiencing slow page load speeds, application errors, network errors, or issues with the application’s user interface. Amazon CloudWatch RUM is a managed RUM service which is […]

An Observability Journey with Amazon CloudWatch RUM, Evidently, and ServiceLens

Observability means more than just monitoring. At AWS, we consider observability to be an integral component of healthy and secure operations. Two of the newest features of Amazon CloudWatch that enhance observability into your application’s health and operations are Amazon CloudWatch RUM and Amazon CloudWatch Evidently. In this post, we will take you through a […]

How and when to enable session cookies with Amazon CloudWatch RUM

Amazon CloudWatch RUM is a real user monitoring service that closes the gap between the end-user experience in a web application, and the serving of that content from your AWS or on-premises environment. By measuring client-side application performance, such as page load time and JavaScript errors, you have access to new and powerful tools for […]

Create metrics and alarms for specific web pages with Amazon CloudWatch RUM

Amazon CloudWatch RUM makes it easy for AWS customers to access real-world performance metrics from web applications, thereby giving insights into the end-user experience. These user experiences are quantified into discrete metrics that you can then create alarms for. But what if you must have different load time alarms for certain pages? Or you’re testing […]