Best Practices to Assure High Performance: Optimizing Web Applications in a Web 2.0 World
sponsored by Gomez

Unfortunately, most Web performance testing and monitoring methods have not kept up with advances in technology and changes in end-user habits, such as greater browser diversity and the growing use of mobile devices. When Website owners fail to capture the true impact of these technologies in action, they leave themselves exposed to unseen performance gaps, risking grave losses in customers, transactions, revenues, and brand equity.

In this paper, Gomez will address three key areas of concern — and what you can do about them:

    1. Why traditional “Web page” monitoring is insufficient2. How new demands on client-side computing change the performance game3. What the return of the browser wars means for your business

We’ll conclude with a clear vision of success: what a truly effective monitoring solution should look like in this evolving world of complex Web applications. Ultimately, the best guardian of your Web revenues is a watchful eye on the end-user experience and your Website’s performance.

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