testRTC was always about simplifying the complex world of WebRTC for our clients. While most of our customers to date have been developers, we are starting to see more and more IT and support customers, who want to have a simpler interface – or at least figure out faster what is wrong as why.
Why am I sharing it with you? Because we are starting to work hard from this release and on improving that specific thing – how to figure out faster what is wrong and why.
We are starting with the results ribbons, adding threshold colors to them, and improving their readability. This is a first step in many that you will be seeing in our upcoming releases.
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- We started with simplicity, so we’ve now added (i) icons to the ribbon boxes. Clicking them will get you to our knowledge base where each of the values is explained
- We’ve added colors to the Quality box in the ribbon as well. This is configurable (on our end), so if you need changes to the threshold just let us know
- There’s a download button now available on Advanced WebRTC Analytics. This can make it easier to share or analyze the data outside of testRTC
We’ve added some more logic to the email notifications and PDF reports that can be generated in qualityRTC:
- PDF files can now contain the full logs of the test if needed
- Users can be prompted at the end of the test if they want to send the results to your support
- Thorough tests can be configured to try multiple data center regions sequentially when needed
- Logs can be limited to not display certain elements and information if needed
- probeRTC can now be installed on Mac machines
- You can configure an automatic end date for a probe
Notifications now include trends in traffic and quality metrics:
Here and there
- Analysis of potential failures was limited to the first RTCPeerConnection. We are now conducting the analysis across all peer connections collected
- Trends charts now split bitrate and packet loss metrics between incoming and outgoing