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How do you start to investigate client-side performance pains of users?

Hi! 

I would like to share in that article, the small trick related to the slowness of Jira, Confluence etc. annoying of users I use everyday. 

Also, it’s quite often a question from end-users who are scary to migrate to Cloud, who are experiencing the problem with working with Atlassian products via VPN etc. where often is route, dns, ISP issues.

So I think you will say, maybe you are just asking users to provide a HAR file ( https://confluence.atlassian.com/kb/generating-har-files-and-analyzing-web-requests-720420612.html ). 

 Right, but most of the time, many users ask how to do it after sending a link, how to generate a HAR file, or sending a video. Because the slowness disappears, problem with VPN connection, ISP provider etc. Hence I think sometimes it is better to provide a small tool which will help to indicate a problem. 

Therefore I use several years of “Page load time” apps for Google Chrome and Firefox. 

link GC: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/page-load-time/fploionmjgeclbkemipmkogoaohcdbig 

link FF: https://addons.mozilla.org/ru/firefox/addon/load-timer/

Source code is here: https://github.com/alex-vv/page-load-time

After that I just suggest comparing page load time for different pages, sites before going to me with pain, because it's nice to have more and clear logs to start investigating.

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i.e. to me 4 sec loading the page with rendering, parsing the community of Atlassian, which is great.

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Where my cloud Atlassian Confluence loads much faster in 1.32 sec, as I located in Russia, SPb. it’s quite good.

Of course, if my installation is exposed via the internet I will do http ping via different services like ping-host.

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Also, I'm just curious, how do you investigate and start to get info? 

Because New Relic provides, some JS scripts provide info, but I would like to provide an instrument to end-users. After that they can measure and come back to me. 

Where I will ask for a HAR file :) and investigate the logs.




How about you ?

 

Cheers,

Gonchik Tsymzhitov

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