We’ve been working hard these past two months, ever since we got our previous release out the door. This time, we invested a lot of time and thought on the small items. And one big item as well.
All over the service, you’ll notice some slight changes to the UI. This is an ongoing process to fine-tune the service and make it simpler to use for our customers.
The biggest visible addition to our latest release is the introduction of a new user dashboard.
From now one, when a user logs in, he gets a bird’s eye view of his activities in testRTC:
What can you see on the dashboard?
This area of the dashboard highlights the usage done in the account.
It allows you to understand what resources are available to you, so if you want to run a stress test, you will be able to use enough browsers.
If you want to do ad-hoc testing with more browsers than are available in your account, you’ll need to holler us and we’re enable more browsers on your account for a period of time.
This area shows the statistics of your use over a span of time. It is quite useful for managers to understand how many tests were conducted and know how they fared.
- In red, we indicate tests and monitor executions that failed for the period selected
- In green, we indicate tests and monitor executions that succeeded for the period selected
- In blue, we indicate the total number of tests and monitor executions for the period selected
And you can select a different period to look at.
This area indicate what monitors are up and running at the moment, along with the status of the most recent execution.
If you click on any of the rows, it will get you to the monitor run results, filtered for that specific monitor.
This area shows the last 5 tests that got executed, along with their results.
As with the active monitors, clicking on the test gets you to the results themselves.
News and Announcements
This area shows some news and announcements we have for our users.
Consider the dashboard a work in progress. We’re sure there’s much to be improved here. We wanted to get this out the door and into the hands of our users. Ping us if you have any suggestions on how to improve it.
If you need to test or monitor a WebRTC product – don’t be shy – sign up for testRTC.