No. Of course, we use a caching system, but on the one hand it is based on extremely fast RAM and can be updated almost instantly. On the other hand, the Fasterize value is mostly realtime analyzing and modifying HTML pages, what CDNs don't do.
- Finally, you’re just another cache, like a CDN?
- Why don’t you offer a CDN solution?
- Are Ads and 3rd party social widgets proxied through Fasterize?
- Do you optimize mobile website?
- Do you have a RUM feature?
- Do you optimize dynamic pages?
- Modifying the HTML code is not too risky?
- Can you optimize any site types ?
- What is the impact of Fasterize on a simple website ?
- What is Fasterize?
Because building a CDN requests huge investments in infrastructure (have multiple POP around the world, with connectivity to the top). First, we propose a CDN option provided by our partners.
Yes, optimizations made by Fasterize also have an impact on mobile devices and more interesting, some specific optimizations are automatically activated for mobiles.
Yes, RUM (Real User Monitoring) is at the heart of our monitoring platform. We decided to share it with you and offer you to monitor metrics such as loading time, Time To Click, loaded images, JS errors, etc ...
Yes, we do. A dynamic page (basket, customer account, etc ... as opposed to a static one) is not cachable but it doesn't prevent our engine to optimize it in real time.
Yes, it could be risky. However, we make every effort to mitigate this risk: our code is tested (hundreds of functional tests run continuously), the rules can be deactivated with a click and a staging platform is available to validate the interaction between your development and our rules.
Yes, we optimize all websites producing HTML. PHP / Java / Ruby, Magento / PrestaShop or Drupal / Wordpress / Typepad, it does not matter.
Fasterize is a scalable and highly available and resilient platform which:
- intercepts the traffic to your website (like a proxy)
- fetch the pages from the original server(s), analyse them
- and applies the front-end optimization rules we know for years (and also more recent ones)
- and finally returns the pages to the browser
- in real time