Minimizing request overhead for each page to load simply means two things: keeping cookies and request headers as small as possible, and serving static resources from a cookieless domain. In a nutshell, a cookie diet to avoid net congestion.
It is widely accepted that content delivery networks are a great way to increase a website’s performance, as providing advanced acceleration services that can improve end user experience dramatically. Most of the world’s largest websites take advantage of CDN services, and such is their cost[...]
And what does it have to do with Content Delivery Networks (CDNs)? Quite everything. If you consider the nature of interactive web. It is the web of frequent changes. The web that engages readers constantly. Allows comments, streams video, audio tracks, animations and so on. The dynamic content of[...]
A couple of milliseconds delay of your page load time can cause a significant loss of revenue. We have explained this in length, recently. What about a complete stop to all of your website functions? For hours, days, weeks? Such attacks on websites, especially those websites that deal with payment,[...]
Although Content Delivery Network (CDN) is to reveal all of its true power in the future decades, an insight into how it came to be is quite useful. CDNs are surrogate web servers distributed across different data centers in different geographical regions to deliver content to end-users, based on[...]
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