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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 behaviorĀ as it is happening so you can better understand how issues or changes will impact your business.

New Relic Synthetics - powered by a selenium-driven Chrome browser - allows you to monitor and test your apps and address issues before they affect your end users. Explore everything from easy-to-read waterfall charts and test results to detailed downtime and error reports. Synthetics features includes monitor business-critical functionality, deep dive troubleshooting, complete application lifecycle monitoring and alerts, maintaining SLAs and customer satisfaction.

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Akamai mPulse is ranked 38th in Application Performance Management (APM) while New Relic Synthetics is ranked 39th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 1 review. Akamai mPulse is rated 0.0, while New Relic Synthetics is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of New Relic Synthetics writes "Good drill-down functionality let us see through to SQL code, and it integrates well with Slack". Akamai mPulse is most compared with Dynatrace, New Relic APM, AppDynamics, New Relic Browser and Datadog, whereas New Relic Synthetics is most compared with Datadog, Dynatrace, Instana Dynamic APM, Google Stackdriver and SCOM.

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