The Future of The Web is “Cloud Accelerated”
The Web Has Evolved Beyond the Content Delivery Network (CDN)
2. Today’s Web clients have evolved and multiplied too – many different browsers on many different devices. Ten years ago, Internet Explorer on desktop PC was essentially the only web client that mattered. Today, different versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari all have meaningful market shares. And the Mobile Web has finally arrived: iPhone, iPad, and Android devices such as Amazon Kindle Fire are finally reaching mainstream adoption as web clients.
3. Over 85% of web performance now resides on the front end.
|Site||Page Load Time (seconds)||Back End Processing
|Front End processing (seconds)||Front End Percentage|
The image below shows how the JetBlue.com homepage is loaded by a real browser. [Data collected by Yottaa Website Monitor and averaged over one month.] On average, it took 7.38 seconds for the JetBlue homepage to be rendered and become interactive. The browser only spent about 548 milliseconds to retrieve the HTML page from the server, before spending 6.83 seconds in processing and rendering the page – so 92.6% is on the front end in this specific example:
The Web, Cloud Accelerated
The Web has evolved. Today’s more diverse, more interactive Web requires more than a Content Delivery Network (CDN). The future of fast web user experience is “Cloud Accelerated”.
The goal of Yottaa Site Speed Optimizer is to deliver a faster user experience for any website on any platform to any user using any web client anywhere. We are leveraging the vast amount of bandwidth and processing capacity available in the cloud to make the Web better and faster. We run a vast array of optimizations in the cloud, in real-time, to speed up the web experience for every user. Below is an illustration of how it works. we encourage you to try it for free: