Performance is a Journey not a Destination!
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    Why Web Performance Matters – Comprehensive CDN Monitoring Posted on February 28th, 2017 by Prashanth Kumar

    Waiting for a webpage to load can be painful—but not knowing how to proceed when the page is “stuck” is a nightmare. User satisfaction is dependent on website performance and ease of use – a slow loading website has a negative impact on end-user experience and directly affect conversion rates. To ensure high availability and […]

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    This is Why You Need to Cache Your Base Page Posted on December 7th, 2016 by Anand Guruprasad

    One of the most challenging aspects of optimizing web page performance while using a CDN is the handling of the base page delivery (also referred as HTML, Homepage, Landing Page). Part of the what makes this so difficult is the perceived “non-cacheability” of dynamic base pages. Historically, the base-pages were considered to be dynamic because […]

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    CDN Caching Caution Posted on June 2nd, 2016 by Ankit Kumar

    Cash may be king in the real world, but cache is king in the world of the internet. From DNS record TTLs, to HTTP Max-age headers, caching at different levels makes the internet faster and our lives easier. One technology which has contributed extensively over the years in improving web performance is the Content Delivery Network or […]

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    Tracking Multi-CDN Performance Issues to DNS Posted on May 26th, 2016 by Nithyanand Mehta

    A multi-CDN service that combines multiple CDN providers into a single network is a common and effective way to speed up your web applications for users anywhere in the world. This strategy can also boost failover support in case one of the CDNs you’re using goes down. But even a multi-CDN service is not immune […]

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    Ask Me Anything: How to Get Started with HTTP/2 Posted on May 20th, 2016 by Andrew Smirnov

    Often the most difficult task when adopting a new technology is figuring out how to get started. Considering that H/1 has been around for over 15 years, this is especially true in the case of HTTP/2. Beginning the transition to a new protocol can be a challenge, which is why we made sure to ask […]

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    Ask Me Anything with Google, Akamai, and CloudFlare: HTTP/2 Posted on May 5th, 2016 by Andrew Smirnov

    HTTP/2 is on everyone’s minds lately. People are wondering how it will impact their site’s performance, when and if they should migrate completely over from HTTP 1.1, and so on. And the truth is, we should have these questions—we’ve been using the same protocol to deliver content over the web for over 15 years, so […]

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    Digital Performance in India: An Inside Perspective Posted on April 21st, 2016 by Nithyanand Mehta

    As our CEO Mehdi Daoudi wrote about last week, we hosted our first Digital Performance Summit in Bangalore on April 6. The event was focused on discussing some of the challenges the industry faces in the area of digital performance and its implication on business. More than 16 companies from across India participated in this event. We […]

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    How to Pick the Right CDN Provider Posted on August 3rd, 2015 by Mehdi Daoudi

    In order to deliver a complete web experience to your users, it’s important to utilize the services of a reliable Content Delivery Network. The basic promise of the traditional CDN product is to provide better and faster web performance for end users by serving static assets from the edge (it’s worth noting that CDN companies […]