Real User Measurements (RUM): why is this web app running slowly, Part 9

This is a continuation of a series of blog entries on this topic. The series starts here. Real User Measurements (RUM) The other way to obtain client-side Page Load time measurements – and one that is becoming increasingly popular – is a tool that measures page load time from inside… Continue reading

Page Load Time and the YSlow scalability model of web application performance

This is the first of a new series of blog posts where I intend to drill into an example of a scalability model that has been particularly influential. (I discussed the role of scalability models in performance engineering in an earlier blog post.) This is the model of web application… Continue reading