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Top Answer: The most valuable feature is the solutions overall performance. It is very efficient and accurate for our usage.
Top Answer: In the next release, I would like to see the possibility of sharing the metric from this solution with others. For example, sharing the metrics with Dynatrace which is an AMP solution.
Top Answer: We use the solution to monitor web performance.
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SOASTA mPulse
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Overview

mPulse helps you understand the immediate impact of user performance on transaction volume, revenue, conversions or other key business metrics. It is the only real user monitoring (RUM) solution that provides holistic, detailed insight into the relationship between online performance and real user behavior as it is happening so you can better understand how issues or changes will impact your business.

Xplenty is a data integration cloud platform that enables the integration and processing of data from over 100 data stores and SaaS applications. We offer no-code and low-code options, so you can add Xplenty to your data solution stack with ease. For advanced customization and flexibility, use our API component. You can also connect Xplenty with your existing monitoring system using our service hooks.

We use a plethora of cloud-based infrastructure components that allow us to provide you with a scalable, secure and reliable data integration service that caters to any type of workload, whether it’s processing thousands of records a day or billions of records 24/7.

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Sample Customers
Nordstrom, Gatwick, DirecTV, MSN, SquareSpace, SAP, Lenovo, Hallmark, myspace, Intuit, Kentucky Derby, Toys "R" Us, Netflix, Newsweek, The Washington Post, Lowe's, Nike, REI, Apple, Sears, Verizon, Wendy's, Huawei
GAP, Samsung, REA Group, TellApart, Pintrest, Expedia, CapitalOne, Oportun, Hotels.com, HomeAway, CommonwealthBank, D&B, DeerWalk
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Computer Software Company32%
Comms Service Provider12%
Financial Services Firm10%
Retailer7%
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Akamai mPulse is ranked 32nd in Application Performance Management (APM) with 1 review while DRIVEN APM is ranked 77th in Application Performance Management (APM). Akamai mPulse is rated 8.0, while DRIVEN APM is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Akamai mPulse writes "Efficient, flexible, and requires low maintenance". On the other hand, Akamai mPulse is most compared with Dynatrace, AppDynamics, New Relic APM, New Relic Browser and Catchpoint, whereas DRIVEN APM is most compared with .

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