Mobile App Performance Monitoring on Real Devices: How It Works + Live Demo


Webinar: Thursday, July 20 at 11am PT | 2pm ET

Mobile App Performance Monitoring on Real Devices

The financial consequences for mobile apps that don’t perform up to user expectation could literally mean life or death of the mobile app, and perhaps even business. But are mobile app developers and QA teams equipped with what they need to ensure their mobile apps are outperforming their competitors?

While running tests on emulators and simulators is most certainly cheaper, it simply does NOT provide complete results. Seeing and understanding mobile app performance on REAL mobile devices is crucial. Challenges such as device fragmentation, network, geographical location, and hardware can all have an impact on a mobile app’s responsiveness. Moreover, the ability to run scripts to cover the most critical business transactions saves time and costs, and helps businesses operate more efficiently.

Join this webinar to learn the step-by-step approach for monitoring the performance of native and hybrid apps using scripts, and analyzing app performance when run on real devices in the cloud.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the consequences for mobile apps that perform poorly
  • Discuss what real-life factors impact mobile app performance and the best practices for developing an organizational practice
  • Demonstrate how to create a script and monitor a mobile app on a real device in the cloud
  • Review how to analyze results, visualize trends, utilize dashboards, and customize alerts when important transactions fail


Patrick Quilter for SIGOS App Experience

Patrick J. Quilter Jr. is owner and CEO of Quilmont. He has 15 years of automation architecture experience and has also worked as a test consultant providing tools architecture and process guidance for both commercial organizations and federal government agencies. Patrick was awarded a US patent for a client/server, automation framework that has been configured with many popular automation engines. Adhering to a tool-agnostic approach, Patrick has experience in  popular commercial and open source development tools such as Microsoft TFS, HP test suite (UFT, QC ALM, LoadRunner, SiteScope), IBM Rational, Selenium, and Appium.