Building a Flexible Delivery Architecture for High Performance Websites

About –  Your website users are becoming more demanding than ever. They expect rich, interactive—and flawless—experiences on whatever device they choose to use. More and more frequently, this means mobile. You and your DevOps team naturally want to meet their escalating performance expectations—even exceed them. So how do you step up to the challenge?

In order to succeed in this rapidly changing environment, DevOps teams need to embrace a flexible delivery architecture. In this webcast, we’ll touch on the latest data and best practices from Forrester Research, and provide a real-world case study that demonstrates the rationale for this type of delivery architecture and explains how your team can benefit.

In this webcast, you’ll learn:

Why your users’ perception of digital performance matters to your business
What to consider in order to meet escalating digital performance expectations
How you’ll benefit by transitioning from a three-tier web architecture to a four-tier approach

When – 1AM PT, San Francisco | 2pm – New York | 7pm – London | Wed, Nov 5th at :30am – Mumbai | Wed, Nov 5th at 3am – Beijing | Wed, Nov 5th at 4am – Tokyo | Wed, Nov 5th at 6am – Sydney

Who – Mark Grannan, Jason Thibeault

Duration : Approximately 60 minutes.

Cost – Free

About Mark Grannan, Forrester, Analyst Serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals – Mark serves Application Development & Delivery (AD&D) Professionals and helps Forrester clients understand digital experience solutions to drive better engagement with their customers. His research focuses on responsive web design (RWD) planning, pitfalls and best practices, and the broader evolution of digital experience delivery software and services offerings.

About Jason Thibeault, Limelight Networks, Senior Director Marketing Strategy – Jason is a reformed serial entrepreneur and college professor turned digital superhero. As a marketing strategist for Limelight Networks he helps organizations capitalize on digital technologies to succeed in today’s online world. He imagines and builds creative technology solutions that drive today’s economy while consorting with CEOs, VCs, and little kids that have aspirations of playing professional hockey. Jason has launched numerous startups using growth hacking strategies, helped public companies pivot business models, and speaks internationally about the impact of digital technologies on business. Jason is also the author of the book Recommend This! Delivering Digital Experiences People Want to Share. Follow him on twitter @_jasonthibeault

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