Network APM
February 13 2018 By Posted in Expertise

How is your network treating your applications and their users?

These days, most forward thinking enterprises are prepared to invest in improving the performance of their applications. They know speedy tools cut down on frustration and make their workforce more productive. But one of the hardest things about IT investment is knowing what to invest in to get the best results. Application chains are complex, ...

January 10 2018 By Posted in Expertise

Building trust between cloud providers and users with APM

A year ago to date, the European Commission published the results of a study on the economic impact of cloud computing in the Digital Single Market. It found that 303,000 new businesses, in particular SMEs, could be created between 2015 and 2020 through the development of cloud computing.   SLAs and cloud monitoring This cloud computing study ...

SaaS
December 15 2017 By Posted in Expertise

Why performance matters for “SaaS” software vendors

To keep pace with developments in usage patterns and contend with their customers’ financial constraints, more and more software vendors are adjusting their solutions to SaaS delivery models. In this article we’ll discuss how APM is an essential ally to ensure your SaaS strategy is successful.   Adopting a user-oriented quality ...

December 02 2017 By Posted in Expertise

The keys to successful, high-performing websites

Web response times: it’s all about the browser… and other things! It is useful to start with a comparative study into how browsers affect the response times of websites. We have the tools to test one or more sites whose visitors use a variety of browsers.  It is not enough to test the top 3  (Chrome, Firefox, IE), because from one ...

Black Friday
November 20 2017 By Posted in Product News

Is your website ready for the festive period?

The world has just found out how popular theoretical physics is to the public at large. Stephen Hawking’s 1966 PhD thesis was recently made available for free on the University of Cambridge website. Tens of thousands of visitors tried to access the site in only a few hours causing the site to crash. Still, people can hardly complain about a free resource being ...

November 06 2017 By Posted in Expertise

Study: Browser performance on European websites

Based on ip-label observations of a panel of four European websites, this post takes a look at how browsers influence website response times and, in the worst cases, degrade user experience.   Nearly one in two visitors uses Chrome Our most recent data from September 2017 show that European customers favour Google Chrome, with an ...

October 27 2017 By Posted in Expertise

If you need expertise in application performance and QoE…

ip-label can help! It has come to our attention that some of our customers are in desperate need of specialists in the fields of QoE (user quality of experience) and application performance   Expertise in application performance and QoE In response to this need, ip-label is now making its QoE and application performance experts available for ...

March 25 2017 By Posted in Expertise

Net Neutrality – what’s it all about?

Just over two years ago, on Thursday, 3 April 2014, the European Parliament passed a resolution defining the principle of net neutrality and calling for its application. Net Neutrality Soon thereafter, in May 2014, P. Maillé and B. Tuffin expressed their reservations about the ambiguity of the text and its definition in their article,

December 15 2016 By Posted in Expertise

Free Mobile kicks off the holiday season with fantastic 4G service

These are the findings of analysis of data collected over the past three months from tests conducted by mobile users. Tests we undertaken running the 01Net SpeedTest assessment app on the networks of the four main French operators. You may recall that this measurement application was created as part of

November 17 2016 By Posted in Expertise

What is WebSocket, anyway?

WebSocket is a communications protocol that is part of the HTML5 specification. The API is currently being standardized by the W3C. The protocol is supported by most recent browsers. It offers the possibility of a persistent full-duplex channel between the server and the client. This innovation paves the way for a revolution in the design of dynamic, real-time ...