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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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    Debugging CDNs: A Need for Change Posted on February 27th, 2017 by Mehdi Daoudi

    It’s a Saturday afternoon: An email from a customer drove me to start troubleshooting an issue they were experiencing with Amazon S3. They were experiencing random high wait time, usually an indication of a problem with communication back to some sort of an origin system. Should’ve been a piece of cake, right? Well, it wasn’t. […]

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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 […]