Date: Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Two to four seconds. That’s about as long as many consumers will wait for web pages to load before abandoning your page, research shows. Content Delivery Networks (CDN) can help dramatically improve your site’s load times and performance.
But what can they do to improve the performance of mobile applications? This is especially problematic when users are connecting from subpar or congested cellular networks which are often beyond the reach of traditional CDN provider POPs.
In this webinar, tech journalist James A. Martin, along with Cloudflare’s Wesley Shi, Systems Engineer, and Derek Yee, Product Marketing Lead, will provide further insights on:
- How mobile application performance can impact adoption of your apps, and brand perception.
- How traditional CDN providers operate, and the challenges with delivering to mobile users
- How new technologies implemented at a code base level can actually deliver faster performance on any cellular network
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James A. Martin is an award-winning technology journalist who has covered cloud software and many other aspects of computing for media outlets such as ITPro Today, CIO, and PC World.
Derek Yee is a Product Marketing Lead for Performance Services at Cloudflare, where he leads the team supporting the performance services portfolio. Derek has been largely focused on the enterprise business segment, helping them solve their challenges for application delivery in a cloud first world. Prior to Cloudflare he spent 10+ years at Citrix supporting sales, marketing, education and enablement for their flagship networking product NetScaler.
Wesley Shi, is a systems engineer on the Cloudflare mobile performance team. Wesley has developed enterprise apps and SDKs for the past 5+ years on Android, iOS, and other hybrid platforms (ex. Cordova). Prior to Cloudflare, Wesley was a mobile lead at Neumob where he focused on solutions for reducing app errors, speeding up performance, and boosting conversions.