Monitor and Optimize Third-Party Scripts Performance and Impact

Almost every website today has third-party scripts running on it. Controlling how and when third-party content is displayed is an increasingly important part of delivering your experience. Scripts can pose a big performance hurdle on websites, specifically third-party scripts, which are primarily out of your control. In a recent...

Categories: Akamai 2018 Spring Release, Monitoring, Web Performance

Visit Akamai at the Great Indian Developer Summit, April 24-27

The Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS), to be held April 24-27 in Bangalore, is where developers and admins are coming together to share their latest and greatest work. Akamai Bangalore is the second largest Akamai office in the world, so Namma Bengaluru is special for us, and we are...

Categories: DevOps, Events, Mobile, Technology, Web Performance

Announcing the Akamai 2018 Spring Release

The Akamai 2018 Spring Release includes a wide range of product improvements, and in this blog post I’ll give you a brief overview of what’s available, or in some cases, coming soon. I don’t want you to lose sight of the forest for the trees, so I won’t go...

Categories: Akamai 2018 Spring Release, APIs, DevOps, Featured, Mobile, SDK, Security, Technology, Web Performance

Brotli from Origin Now Available

With the Akamai 2018 Spring Release, we’ve officially released Brotli from Origin and made it available to customers who use any Akamai delivery product. We’re thrilled to let you know all about it, so let me start by quickly answering a few key questions about this new item: What...

Categories: Akamai 2018 Spring Release, Technology, Web Performance

Avoid Costly Outages and Elevate Performance by Managing Third-Party Scripts

Third-party scripts are everywhere on the web today. They’re used for ads, analytics, social media and countless other purposes, and are often managed manually or with tag managers. These scripts can provide a lot of business benefit, but they can also cause chaos when it comes to site performance...

Categories: Web Performance