WebTuna Frequently Asked Questions

How can I capture the Web server machine name

How can I capture the Web server machine name

If the web application you are monitoring has multiple frontend web servers and you would like to see performance broken down by servername then you can have the webtuna.js capture the servername by overriding the JavaScript function wt.server with your own function to get it from the application and return it to WebTuna. The JavaScript […]

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Installing WebTuna real user monitoring for Atlassian Confluence

Installing WebTuna real user monitoring for Atlassian Confluence

If you are using Confluence from Atlassian for team collaboration and need to monitor the real end user experience that is being delivered to all of your end users then WebTuna can be easily setup to track the performance of every page view. Installation Steps for Confluence On the Confluence server download webtuna.js from https://www.webtuna.com/webtuna.js into confluence/includes/js […]

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How can I capture the users username?

If the web application you are monitoring requires a login and you would like to be able to track performance down to an individual user then you can have the webtuna.js capture the username by overriding the JavaScript function with your own function to get it from the application and return it to WebTuna. The […]

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How does it work?

WebTuna simply requires a small JavaScript file (webtuna.js) to be included on your pages. This JavaScript collects all the key performance and analytic metrics and asynchronously sends them to the WebTuna data center for processing after the page has loaded and the window.onload event has fired within the users browser. Simple Install As a user of the […]

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