Re-platforming can impact the customer experience, which is why Neilson called on SciVisum’s expertise to help avoid the potential pitfalls
Automated testing is the norm during the CICD process but synthetic monitoring could make your development cycle more cost- and time-effective
Six months may seem like a long time but for those running an ecommerce platform, ensuring optimum performance for Black Friday – not to mention Cyber Monday – is essential. If you don't want to hit this year's Black Friday headlines for all the wrong reasons now's the time to begin your preparation.
Accelerated Mobile Pages is a flagship project for Google, claiming to enable the creation of websites that are fast and high-performing across a range of devices and platforms. But is AMP all it’s cracked up to be?
Load testing is capable of delivering valuable data to inform your decisions and protect your customer experience when it matters most. But with the heightened complexity and sophistication of today’s websites we look at why a traditional approach to load testing is no longer up to the job.
Synthetic monitoring enables businesses to measure web performance to help identify and resolve issues before they impact the customer but how does real browser monitoring differ from emulated monitoring and which best meets your needs?
Our latest roundtable event at St Paul's Cathedral led to in-depth discussions for strategies to improve performance for peak traffic. Guest speaker Gary Reynolds, Head of ecommerce/applications at Dixons Carphone opened the event by sharing his valuable experience in preparing for Black Friday peaks.
With mobile accounting for a growing percentage of page visits, it’s more important than ever before to ensure that performance monitoring reflects real customer journeys on genuine iOS and Android browsers. We take a look at the most common issues uncovered by real browser monitoring on our clients'…
What will be the dominant online trends affecting performance for 2017? With mobile dominating online trends throughout 2016, we look at the new technology that could lead the way in 2017.
Successfully delivering content-rich, complex websites involves collaboration with many third-party providers, which can, in turn, cause performance issues. Take control with these problem-solving tips.