Performance Measurement and Monitoring for Salesforce Web & Mobile Apps


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Performance Measurement and Monitoring for Salesforce Web & Mobile Apps

  1. 1. Performance Measurement and Monitoring forSalesforce Web & Mobile AppsSudatta Gautham,, Senior Manager – Performance@sudatta
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  3. 3. Sudatta GauthamSenior Manager – PerformanceEngineering@sudatta
  4. 4. Agenda Introduction Understanding Web Performance  Understanding Waterfall  The Tools  Lighthouse – A tool Understanding Mobile Performance  Paparazzi! Monitoring for Web & Mobile perf
  5. 5. How Fast is Web?** Random sample video
  6. 6. Another Example- * Only 1.2s spent on server side At 6.5s – page is actionable Page is visually complete at 9.5s * Random sample video
  7. 7. Understanding the Waterfall Chart Server Time JS Exec Time
  8. 8. The Waterfall Chart – Key Metrics  Server Response Time  Network Roundtrips  “Gaps” – JS Execution Times  Time To OnLoad  Resource sizes  Time Taken to Various Page Components  Response codes
  9. 9. Web Performance Tools – Free! Tool Feature Firebug Waterfalls, JS Debugger DynatraceAJAX Javascript Profiling Webpagetest Waterfall, Video capture, Automated tests PageSpeed Analysis and best practice suggestions HttpArchive Key web performance metrics
  10. 10.  Synthetic Monitoring Mash up of  Webpagetest  Showslow  HTTPArchive  DynatraceAJAX Built on Amazon Web Services including EC2, EBS
  11. 11. Lighthouse – What do we use it for?
  12. 12. Lighthouse – 301 Redirects Before AfterPage load time improved by 60% after the fix!
  13. 13. Lighthouse – What does it offer? Real Browsers Uses selenium like scripting Jiffy Integration Dynatrace Integration AlertingVideo comparison & headers Regression Analysis ShowSlow IntegrationCharting/Trending Waterfall analysis Screen shots Multi browser/location/page charting Traffic Shaping HTTPArchive Integration Free!! Javascript Hotspots Object level detail Javascript performance
  14. 14. Lighthouse – A Demo
  15. 15. Understanding Mobile Performance
  16. 16. Mobile Performance - Challenges  Varying Network characteristics  Benchmarking – 3G vs. WiFi?  Connection latencies  Varying client characteristics  Native vs. HTML5  Browser vs. Container  Lack of Performance Tools
  17. 17. Mobile Performance – Our Journey  Started with a Stopclock!!  Weinre  Custom Markers + Selenium based testing  Headless browser – using PhantomJS  Paparazzi
  18. 18. Paparazzi – Mobile Performance Tool A native app for mobile developer (Available on Android Marketplace!) Features are in BETA To understand web performance on mobile devices  Overall loading time  Page rendering snapshots  Waterfall charts  CPU, Memory and Network info  Mobile bookmarklet information  Page Resource Optimizations
  19. 19. Paparazzi - Workflow •Loading info •Snapshots •Metadata •Metrics Web ServerUrl Loads webpages in Webview
  20. 20. Demo - Paparazzi Poster by Pulse Advertising
  21. 21. Web Performance Monitoring Gomez Keynote LighthouseReal Web Browsers Yes Yes YesGeo Coverage Yes Yes Yes, limitedClient Type Firefox, IE iOS, Android (emulators and Firefox, IE, Chrome real device)Network Type Used by Backbone and Last Mile 3G Backbonesalesforce.comDetailed Render Performance No, Network only No, Network Yes, network, KPIs & JSSummary Best for high level 24/7 monitoring Best for mobile, good for high Best for detailed real web browser with synthetic transactions level 24/7 monitoring with performance on synthetic orgs, 24/7 synthetic transactions monitoring
  22. 22. Summary – Our Toolbox Web/Mobile performance UI Performance Mobile Performance Monitoring Firebug Paparazzi Keynote Webpagetest Mobitest Gomez Showslow Weinre Lighthouse Pagespeed Lighthouse
  23. 23. Sudatta Gautham Speaker Title, @sudatta
  24. 24. Web Performance Basics – Few Rules  Make Fewer HTTP Requests  Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN)  Add an expires header  Gzip Components  Put Stylesheets at the Top  Put Scripts at the Bottom  Reduce DNS Lookups  Minify JavaScript  Avoid Redirects  Remove Duplicate Scripts  Make AJAX Cacheable
  25. 25. Web Performance Basics – Few More Rules Split the initial payload Load scripts without blocking Split dominant content domains (Domain Sharding) Make static content cookie-free (Cookieless Domains) Reduce cookie weight Minify CSS Optimize images Use iframes sparingly Early Flush
  26. 26. Mobile Performance – Recommendations Network Roundtrips are Important  Keep a connection alive Perceived performance can help Caching is still unreliable