In Real User Monitoring (RUM), monitored applications are logical constructs onto which customer applications—websites, mobile apps, and more—are mapped for monitoring with regard to traffic from real users. Therefore, it's implied that such customer applications have an end-user interface. Typical end-user interfaces include browser-based interfaces of web applications and sites as well as iOS- or Android-based interfaces of mobile apps running on smartphones or tablets.
RUM application definition
For mobile and custom applications, the definition is generated when you create the application and start setting up the Dynatrace monitoring. These application types are not monitored in an automated way.
Supported application types
Dynatrace supports different application types: web, mobile, and Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) as well as rich client applications over applications running in a car and IoT applications with user interactions. Each type has different monitoring capabilities and a different user interface within Dynatrace. However, all types are permeated by common concepts like user sessions and user actions.
You can find more information on each application type below.
All HTML pages—like static webpages or single-page applications running in a browser—are regarded as web applications.
|How to get started||Define your applications via the "My web application" placeholder|