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    Catchpoint’s Website Weight Loss Program Posted on January 20th, 2015 by Peter Saulitis

    At this time of year, it’s only fitting that we address the most common New Year’s Resolution as it pertains to our industry: losing weight. It’s no surprise gym attendance spikes a week after the champagne pops and the ball drops. I think you have an idea where we’re going here. Lighter means faster for […]

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    How to Improve the Resource Timing API Posted on January 8th, 2015 by Ryan Pelette

    Getting visibility into webpage performance as experienced by the end user is key to any company. Over the last couple of years the amount of Real User Measurement methods and tools available to DevOps teams has skyrocketed to meet this demand. However, the key method we all rely on to collect the data, the Navigation […]

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    Frickin Sharks Are Attacking Our Frickin Internet Posted on January 7th, 2015 by Craig Lowell

    When most people think of the modern internet and the way it works, it’s an abstract idea filled with satellites, radio waves, and wireless connections that they can’t even begin to understand (though we’ve tried to help). They don’t think of it as a bunch of wires and cables that lie underground and underwater, and […]

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    New Year’s Resolution: Let’s Retake Performance Posted on January 5th, 2015 by Mehdi Daoudi

    This article was originally published at PerfPlanet. Enough is enough! For too long, the DevOps community has been hamstrung by the demands of the business departments with whom we work. The obvious goal of any DevOps team is to make the sites for which we’re responsible as fast and reliable as possible. And yet at […]

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    2014 Year in Review: Catchpoint’s Top Ten Blog Posts Posted on December 30th, 2014 by Craig Lowell

    It was a big year for the Catchpoint blog. The 51 articles that we posted by over a dozen different authors throughout the year were both new highs for the company. Meanwhile, you the reader proved to be very eclectic, devouring content about a huge range of topics – everything from highly technical articles about […]

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    Monitoring India eCommerce during the Great Online Shopping Festival Posted on December 23rd, 2014 by Nithyanand Mehta

    Seeing an opportunity to capitalize on a one-day online shopping bonanza the likes of the United States sees with “Cyber Monday” and China sees with “Singles Day,” Google India created the Great Online Shopping Festival (GOSF) in Dec 2012, collaborating with a few online shopping portals to provide heavy discounts across a large number of sites. […]

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    Improve Your Team’s Communication with Catchpoint’s Slack Integration Posted on December 18th, 2014 by Robert Castley

    In the modern business environment, the ability to effectively communicate with colleagues both inside and outside of your department is a challenge with which companies of all sizes struggle every single day. Slack is a relatively new and powerful communication tool that helps solve this common problem for the modern organization. By bringing together various services […]

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    Improving Our Alerting System with PagerDuty Posted on December 15th, 2014 by Maria Eldridge

    When your systems fail, being the first to know is imperative in order to get back up and running before your clients or customers are negatively impacted. But figuring out the best way to do so hasn’t always been easy. That’s the problem that PagerDuty, a private alert service that can be used across a […]

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