Real user monitoring is one of the best ways of learning “the truth” about what visitors experience on your web site, but it comes at a cost. The real world is messy and noisy making it hard to know exactly what’s going on. Filtering your data, splitting it along multiple dimensions, and determining what to discard are important second steps on the path to insightful RUM analysis, and in this session, we’ll go into some of the details.
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Finally, we’ll go into some of the insights we’ve picked up through analyzing RUM data from around the world over the last 9 months.
Buddy Brewer is the Co-Founder and CEO of Log Normal, a company that helps people measure, diagnose, and solve web performance issues. Prior to Log Normal Buddy spent ten years in the web performance monitoring industry building monitoring tools and helping some of the largest web sites in the world solve emerging performance challenges.
In his spare time, Philip enjoys cycling, reading, cooking and learning spoken languages.
Philip has spoken at several conferences in the past, including FOSS.IN, FREED.IN, Ubuntulive, Linux Symposium, PHP Quebec, ConFoo, FOSDEM, IPC, WebDU, Velocity and JSConf.
Carlos Bueno is an engineer at Facebook, where he works on performance and optimization. Previously he’s worked at Yahoo and various social & search advertising startups.
Carlos is the author of Lauren Ipsum, a kid’s novel about computer science.
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