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Passing Around the DevOps Hat – Help from The Terminator

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Last year I posted an article on the growing DevOps movement, the focus on bridging the gap between development and technical operations teams to improve stability, performance and scalability of your website. It certainly takes some time to change the course of a big ship, but in our discussions at Zoompf we’ve been pleasantly surprised […]

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Announcing the Zoompf Alerts Beta!

Today we are ecstatic to announce the public beta launch of Zoompf Alerts! Zoompf Alerts is a new website performance solution that continuously scans your web pages for changes that introduce new performance defects. Unlike traditional performance monitoring solutions, Zoompf Alerts does not focus on measuring page load times. Instead, Zoompf Alerts detects when actual […]

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5 New WPO Features

Today I am happy to announce that we have launched a new version of Zoompf WPO! We’ve added some great new features and other improvements based largely on feedback we received from our users. Here is what is new: Optimized Image Comparison As I’ve written about many times before, images are a huge part of […]

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Audit Third Parties, Rollup Graphs and More in Our New Free Report!

Happy Holidays! 2013 has been a great year at Zoompf! Our product team has been super busy putting out enhancements to the Zoompf platform, including support to audit the performance of multi-page flows such as shopping carts and user registration, bulk webpage scanning, Jira integration for performance defects, trending graphs, guest sharing links, optimization type filtering, […]

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Introducing the New Face of Zoompf!

  At Zoompf we pride ourselves on listening to our customers to build the product they NEED, not the one we think they need. Over the last 6 months, the team has been incredibly busy responding to your requests and building out some fantastic new features. You asked for an easier way to share performance […]

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Slow Mobile Sites Soon to Impact Search Rank

As you may recall, back in 2010 Google announced that website speed was now a factor in search ranking. The extent of impact and exact algorithm remains a trade secret to Google, but has been open to much industry speculation in the last few years. Recently, though, Matt Cutts the head of search spam quality […]

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Announcing our May 2013 Release!

At Zoompf we’re constantly looking for better ways to help you not only improve your website performance, but keep your website fast over time. We’ve been busy over the last few months, and wanted to take a moment to update you on the many new enhancements added to the Zoompf product recently. As always, the […]

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Announcing SPDYCheck: The SPDY Lint Tool

Steam seems to be building up behind SPDY, the next generation web transportation protocol. I wrote back in June that the majority of web browsers speak SPDY, and the majority of web servers are capable of speaking SPDY. Last week, the IETF rechartered the HTTP Working Group to develop HTTP/2.0 based on SPDY. While the […]

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The Goldilocks of Performance Conferences

Looking for a great performance conference to attend? What to see the gurus of our space talking about the performance topics they are passionate about? Then you need to attend the Web Performance Summit 2012. I am super excited that The Web Performance Summit is coming back for its third straight year. So much so […]

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Zoompf Speaking at Velocity 2012 Ignite

I’ll be speaking tonight at the Ignite Sessions at O’Reilly’s Velocity conference 2012. Come see me at 7:30 in the main Mission City ballroom as I discuss our recent analysis of HTTP compression usage by the Alexa Top 1000.

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