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Six-second Page Loads: What's Taking So Long?

  • Six-second Page Loads: What's Taking So Long?

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    Twenty-three percent of the transaction time, an average of 1.4 seconds, is caused by the network. Is it the ISP, cable operator, infrastructure provider, the code? Optimization is harder but some monitoring tools can help.

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Six-second Page Loads: What's Taking So Long?

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    Twenty-three percent of the transaction time, an average of 1.4 seconds, is caused by the network. Is it the ISP, cable operator, infrastructure provider, the code? Optimization is harder but some monitoring tools can help.

New Relic has learned a lot from looking at the Real User Monitoring data that’s been coming in fast and furious over the last month. Based on the Javascript library created by Google’s Steve Souders, RUM shows what performance issues actual users are experiencing on a site, right now. This slideshow highlights some of their initial findings.

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