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Monitor and Optimize Site Performance with Yottaa [June 4, 2013]

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There’s an increasingly complex set of challenges associated with delivering a high-performance online experience. The growing richness of web sites and mobile apps combined with the frequent release of devices, platforms, and browsers all work to make performance optimization a complex undertaking.

Acquia partner Yottaa will demonstrate how to navigate the current web performance optimization landscape. Yottaa is available in the Acquia Network.

In this webinar, we will cover:
• Today’s web performance bottlenecks
• Performance monitoring, diagnostics, and best practices
• 5 most common performance problems and techniques to fix them
• Applying these practices to Drupal-hosted sites

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Tuesday, June 4, 2013
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