How to send Real User Measurements to Azure Traffic Manager using web pages
You can configure your web pages to send Real User Measurements to Traffic Manager by obtaining a Real User Measurements (RUM) key and embedding the generated code to web page.
Obtain a Real User Measurements key
The measurements you take and send to Traffic Manager from your client application are identified by the service using a unique string, called the Real User Measurements (RUM) Key. You can get a RUM key using the Azure portal, a REST API, or by using the PowerShell or Azure CLI.
To obtain the RUM Key using Azure portal:
- From a browser, sign in to the Azure portal. If you don’t already have an account, you can sign up for a free one-month trial.
- In the portal’s search bar, search for the Traffic Manager profile name that you want to modify, and then click the Traffic Manager profile in the results that the displayed.
- In the Traffic Manager profile blade, click Real User Measurements under Settings.
Click Generate Key to create a new RUM Key.
Figure 1: Real User Measurements Key Generation
Embed the code to an HTML web page
- Open the HTML page in a text editor
Save the HTML file and host it on a webserver connected to the internet.