Set up mPulse at the origin

If you require mPulse at the origin, you’ll need to tag your site with the mPulse snippet. You can either manually copy and paste the snippet on your site (at the origin server) or use a tag manager service.

A tag manager such as Tealium, provides automation and reduces placement errors. Following best practice, use a common template that all webpages can pick up, such as header.jsp.

After the setup, mPulse starts to collect beacons within seconds. You’ll see live dashboards in mPulse with your own data right away, except in the Waterfall dashboard and with historical data collected more than 24 hours earlier, both of which can take a few more minutes to load.

How to

  1. Create an mPulse app
  2. Add the mPulse snippet to your pages manually or Leverage tag management.

Next steps

Once mPulse receives your data beacons and you’ve had a chance to get familiar with the product, add some customization to your web app configuration for more in-depth analysis on your site.