A Practical Guide to Web Application Acceleration

When it comes to your Web applications, speed is the only metric that matters. After all, Web apps handle the bulk of your critical operations, from inventory and customer relations, to sales and accounting. They’re essential for interacting with your business partners, and without them there’d be no such thing as e-commerce. Read this guide to find out what you can do to accelerate your Web applications to top speed.
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