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Are there industry standards/recommendations around performance of a native mobile app?

kim_thomas
Guide

For example, load times, number of pages a user should visit, etc. And how could we use RUM data to benchmark or compare against those standards/recommendations?

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ChadTurner
DynaMight Guru
DynaMight Guru

we have a really cool use case of how we stay ahead of our competition with Dynatrace: https://www.dynatrace.com/news/blog/staying-ahead-of-your-competition-with-dynatrace-synthetics/?_ga...

-Chad

AntonioSousa
DynaMight Leader
DynaMight Leader

If we're talking about native mobile apps, load times & number of pages normally don't apply. Hybrid apps, on the other hand, might have some of those ideas.

Dynatrace gives you several options, both with RUM & server side monitoring. With native apps your best option for RUM is instrumenting it with a SDK.

I believe there are no "industry standards" that apply.

Recommendations, there are many, but more for web apps, or hybrid apps that use web pages. Probably the best is to adhere to recommendations done by Google, as they can affect aspects like revenue and SEO. If monitoring with Dynatrace, I would try to keep Apdex as high as possible, and errors/crashes as low as possible.


Antonio Sousa