Our response time monitoring allows you to call a test result a failure if it exceeds a given response time. This works great for uptime and single-page Real Browser tests, but multi-step scripts can be longer running and more complex. To give you more control over this type of monitor, we have added Threshold Monitoring to our Real Browser checks.
Threshold Monitors allow you to set load time limits for specific page URLs within your multi-step Real Browser checks. For example, if we want to make sure our dashboard page loads under 10 seconds, we can define a Threshold Monitor in our Rigor Login check like so:
If a test fails, the alert will indicate that one or more of the Threshold Monitors didn’t pass:
Since our page URL matchers support wildcards, you have a fair amount of flexibility when defining your thresholds. At launch we only have support for total load time, but we plan to add more metrics to Threshold Monitoring, such as render time and page size.
Ready to try out a Threshold Monitor? Head over to your Real Browser Checks and add one today!
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