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Testing Drupal Site Performance Across Browsers, Geographies and Networks [June 13, 2012]

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Users have been complaining that your website is too slow, but the site works great when you try it from your own browser. Are these users nit picking or is there something wrong with your site performance?

The truth is web pages run in a highly distributed environment. Different browsers, different geographic locations and different last mile connectivity options can result in very different web page behaviors and performance characteristics.

This session will address how you can use a network of geographically distributed browsers running on many different last mile networks to see what the users see for your website. We will be using a live Drupal site in the webinar.

The audience will learn:
* How to quantify end user experience
* How to capture the page loading experience and visualize it
* How to evaluate end user performance and related acceleration services such as CDN?

Bob Buffone, the CTO and co-founder of Yottaa will explain how to assess and monitor your Drupal site speed using Yottaa’s free and low-cost tools. He will be joined by Jess Iandiorio, Sr. Director of Product Marketing who will discuss how you can utilize Yottaa’s solutions from within the Acquia Network.

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