Following the recent update to Performance Analyser’s user interface, we have now upgraded to newer versions of Firefox and Chrome, as well as enabled support for HTTP/2 (read more about HTTP/2 and its web performance implications).
Performance Analyser, our real-browser performance testing tool, has seen a lot of changes over the past few months, including scripted sessions, custom network speeds, Speed Index, device profiles and the Performance Heatmap.
The latest update is all about making Performance Analyser easier to use. It also brings the interface for Performance Analyser into line with the new look for our synthetic monitoring solution.
Many of our customers are putting in a lot of extra hours as they prepare for their busiest time of year. Load testing and capacity planning are the order of the day. As always, we’re happy to be playing our part in making sure you can make the most of your peak periods – that you don’t suffer any slowdowns or outages, and that your monitoring is all set up to give you timely and accurate alerts.
However, this year, we’ve made a point of doing a bit more. We’ve made a concerted effort to prioritise the release of those new products and services that we think will be most useful in the run-up to peak periods.
Here are just a few of the ways we anticipate some of our customers using them…