Performance is a Journey not a Destination!
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    We’re All Suffering With Netflix Posted on March 3rd, 2014 by Mehdi Daoudi

    Network professionals aside, most of us take access to internet for granted.  How packets flow from one end to another is so obscure, involving last mile networks, transit providers, public exchanges and even more complex delivery methods. The recent Netflix/Comcast deal and Netflix/Verizon dispute has brought the guts of how these tubes work into the […]

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    What The World’s Worst DNA Mixup Teaches Us About Monitoring Posted on February 11th, 2014 by Mehdi Daoudi

    The suspect’s DNA had been found at 40 crime scenes, linking her to burglaries, narcotics and six murders. She was Germany’s most-wanted serial killer with a $400,000 bounty on her head, yet no one knew who she was. It turns out the infamous ‘phantom’ wasn’t a murderer at all. Police were hunting an innocent factory […]

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    5 Performance Rules Every Ad Serving Company Must Follow Posted on January 30th, 2014 by Devan Gotowka

    Yesterday I was a victim of SPoF or Single Point of Failure. When shopping for a new web cam, an unresponsive ad tag blocked my page from loading and interrupted my browsing. Ads are on everyone’s mind with the Super Bowl coming up this Sunday. Inspired by football, and yesterday’s experience, I thought now would […]

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    Google PageSpeed Insights vs. Extensions – Making Sense of Conflicting Scores Posted on January 22nd, 2014 by Catchpoint Systems

    What’s it like to manage a website today? Complex. How about keeping up with the latest optimization techniques and tools? Daunting.  Now imagine your optimization efforts are graded out of 100 and you’re given separate scores that are 20 points apart.  Head. Spinning.

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    There’s No Avoiding Network Latency on 4G Posted on January 15th, 2014 by Mehdi Daoudi

    Behind every device connected to the internet there is an underlying network, which dictates the route data packets travel. When an end user goes to from his smartphone, the physical route and limitations of a mobile network compared to consumer internet service providers are rather hidden. Latency offers a way to shed light on these different […]

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    The Dropped Box that Trembled the World Posted on January 14th, 2014 by Devan Gotowka

    This past weekend, the media was ablaze with another online outage – and this time it was not a major ecommerce site, social network, or cloud provider. Dropbox, a very popular file sharing system, had a 48 hour outage after a scheduled maintenance to update the OS on their servers. During the update a scripting […]

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    Why Commuters Hate Your Mobile Site Posted on January 7th, 2014 by Peter Saulitis

    With such quick and easy access to game scores, directions, video streaming, photo sharing, and up-to-the-moment news, mobile web is being consumed at a frenzied pace.  Internet usage has doubled in the last 5 years and Mobile Web usage is growing 8x faster than web.  What’s the result of this consumption explosion?

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    Web Performance is not an IT thing only! Posted on December 30th, 2013 by Mehdi Daoudi

    “Why is Web Performance important enough to justify a business?”  This is a question I was asked by a friend sitting at a holiday meal last week, and one myself and others in the Web Performance industry get far too often. “Do you have all night?” – I retorted sarcastically. Rolled eyes and a deep […]

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