Through Experience Analytics, you can monitor the different types of user agents that contact your web application.
Through a provided set of data objects, Experience Analytics can identify the type of traffic that is requesting resources from your web application and then monitor counts and other information that pertains to the type of user agent. These objects can be used as the source data for developing a useful set of user agent-related reports, enabling you to closely monitor the composition of traffic to your site.
The term user agent identifies a broad class of entities that can communicate with web servers across the Internet. This broad class includes desktop browsers, bots, and mobile devices, among others.
With each request to a web server, most devices include a string that uniquely identifies the device. This string can then be compared a public standard to ascertain other characteristics of the device that submitted the string.
User agent detection must be enabled through the Tealeaf Reference session agent.