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New Relic Browser Usage and Bandwidths

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#1
  • Share what method you used to deploy Browser (APM or copy/paste): APM

  • Which version are you using? (Lite, Pro or SPA): PRO+SPA

I would like to ask if anybody knows about how much data and bandwidths are being used by New Relic Browser Agents on end users’ devices - mobile web, or pc web browsers?
It would very much depend on how much customisation you use, but I am just looking for a general or default data usage.

I have been trying to find the information, but could not.

Please help.

Thanks.


#2

Hi, @esong01: You may use DevTools in your browser to see the actual data transmitted by the browser agent, as described in this post:

On my system, it is less than 200 bytes per POST.


#3

Hi Phil,
So NewRelic does not provide such data, unless instrumented?
I was hoping to avoid using Chrome’s dev tool entirely.
Hmm…
I guess if that means, SPA and Insights can be very good for measuring RUM performance metrics but for deep analysis we have to use dev tools as well.

anwyas, thanks!!


#4

You do not need to use DevTools in order to use New Relic Browser. I only suggested it as a way to see the amount of bandwidth consumed by the JavaScript agent.