Join web performance experts Ilya Grigorik, Web Performance Engineer at Google, and Suzanne Aldrich, Solutions Engineer at CloudFlare, as they discuss how the evolution of modern web protocols challenges common wisdom when building fast, scalable, and secure Web applications.
In this webcast you will learn:
- Optimizing content delivery for any device
- Challenging conventional Web performance best practices with HTTP/2
- Reducing server requests with HTTP/2 and Server Push
- Utilizing a CDN to reduce web application latency
- Tools and resources you can use today
About Ilya Grigorik, Web Performance Engineer – Google
Ilya Grigorik is a web performance engineer at Google, cochair of the W3C Web Performance Working group, and author of High Performance Browser Networking (O'Reilly). In short, he's an Internet plumber. In off time, you'll find him working on open source projects, exploring the outdoors with a camera, or simply enjoying a good book.
About Suzanne Aldrich, Solutions Engineer – CloudFlare
Suzanne is a web technologist specializing in security, performance, and usability. Her interest in all things web started in high school when she created the school's website. While at Stanford, Suzanne optimized the performance of a matchbox sized server to run the Wearable Computing Lab's server. Prior to CloudFlare, Suzanne was a Senior Customer Success Engineer for Pantheon Platform.