Compare Akamai mPulse vs. New Relic Browser

Akamai mPulse is ranked 37th in Application Performance Management (APM) while New Relic Browser is ranked 27th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 2 reviews. Akamai mPulse is rated 0, while New Relic Browser is rated 7.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of New Relic Browser writes "Stable and scalable but does not provide input regarding page performance". Akamai mPulse is most compared with Dynatrace, New Relic APM, AppDynamics, Catchpoint and AppDynamics Browser Real-User Monitoring, whereas New Relic Browser is most compared with New Relic APM, Datadog, IBM Application Performance Management, Aternity and Sematext Synthetics.
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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.

New Relic Browser provides deep visibility and actionable insights into real users' experiences on your website. With standard page load timing (sometimes referred to as real user monitoring or RUM), New Relic measures the overall time to load the entire webpage. However, New Relic Browser goes beyond RUM to also help you monitor the performance of individual sessions, AJAX requests, and JavaScript errors extending the monitoring throughout the entire life cycle of the page.
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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, HuaweiFairfax Media, Despergar.com, MercadoLibre, Veracode, Costa Coffee, Kiva, Alkami, Mondia Media, Bringmeister.de, Simplesurance, Confused.com, ReachLocal, Lending Club, Boozt.com, Trainline
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Software R&D Company42%
Retailer15%
Media Company11%
Comms Service Provider6%
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