• Wine.com Elevates Customer Experience with Next Generation ADC

      Wine.com increased the performance of its site, achieving 45% faster pages across all browsers. The company is able to quickly update the wine catalog with its most current offerings and prices – with no service disruption – several times a day. 





    • FastView for Web Performance Optimization
      Radware’s FastView for Web Performance Optimization Eighty percent of performance issues occur at the front end or browser level. Therefore, the key to faster websites and web-based applications is to improve front-end performance and optimize each page’s code for faster rendering in the browser. In the past, front-end

    • Radware Application Performance Monitoring (APM)
      Radware's Application Performance Monitoring (APM) ensures continuous, optimized web application performance by measuring and visualizing real-user quality of experience through historical reports and granular analysis based on user-defined SLA.



    • 2015 Mobile Travel Web Performance Infographic

      Travel is increasingly being booked on mobile devices, and users demand a fast, intuitive experience. Two out of 3 mobile users expect pages to load in 4 seconds or less. Read this infographic to learn why the top global travel industry sites are failing to meet user expectations and what you can do to improve user experience.


    • 2015 Summer State of the Union: Ecommerce Page Speed & Web Performance Infographic
      Slow websites fail to deliver sales. It only takes 3 seconds for most site visitors to abandon a page if they can’t interact, yet only 12% of top ecommerce sites are meeting customer expectations for both content and speed. This holiday season, eRetailers are putting billions at risk by adding features and failing to take advantage of core optimization techniques. Check out this infographic to learn the web optimization “magic formula”.

    • 2015 Spring State of the Union: Ecommerce Page Speed & Web Performance Infographic
      Three seconds is all it takes for visitors to abandon a page if not loaded quickly enough. When websites are slow, every business metric suffers - from page views and bounce rate to conversion and revenue. Check out this infographic with new research on how to fine-tune performance and take a more aggressive approach to front-end optimization.

    • 2014 Fall State of the Union: Ecommerce Page Speed & Web Performance Infographic
      Holiday ecommerce sales are expected to hit a record high as online retailers fight for their share of the pie, using tools like video and geo-targeted campaigns. But these tools can slow down page load times. If your site is slow, you could be leaving money on the table. Making your pages load just one second faster can boost conversions by up to 10%. Read this infographic  for new optimization tips for this holiday season. 

    • 2014 State of the Union: Mobile Ecommerce Performance Infographic
      With mobile usage overtaking desktop usage, mcommerce is booming. Delivering a faster mobile experience has never been more crucial. We tested the load times for the top 100 ecommerce sites – both the m-dot and full site – to see if they meet user expectations. Read this infographic for best practices site owners should consider to optimize the mobile experience for customers.

    • 2014 Progressive Image Rendering: Good or Evil? Infographic
      For most websites, images represent a huge untapped area of opportunity for optimizing performance as images comprise more than half of a typical page's weight. To make pages faster, site owners need to take advantage of every available image optimization technique. Check out the Progressive Image Rendering: Good or Evil infographic and learn how to render images faster and deliver fully optimized pages. 









    • 2016 State of the Union: Multi-industry Web Performance - Desktop Edition
      Websites are trying to do too much, and website owners are failing to optimize. The result is lost revenue, because time equals money when it comes to website performance. The key is optimization; the question is how to accomplish it? Read Radware’s Multi-Industry Web Performance State of the Union (desktop edition) to uncover how.

    • 2015 State of the Union: Mobile Performance of the Top Travel Sites
      By 2019, 25% of all global online travel bookings will be from mobile devices. According to a recent Radware study, 76% of the industry’s top 100 sites are slow to load, frustrating travelers and causing site abandonment. Read “State of the Union: Mobile Performance of the Top Travel Sites” for tips to ensure fast user experience.

    • Speed vs. Fluency in Website Loading: What Drives User Engagement?
      In this new research we’ve set out to uncover factors that drive engagement when considering the various loading sequences available to a page. Read this report to learn how these findings can play an important part in helping you capitalize on strategies to increase user engagement.

    • State of the Union: Ecommerce Page Speed & Web Performance Report Summer 2015
      Slow websites fail to deliver sales. It only takes 3 seconds for most site visitors to abandon a page if they can’t interact, yet only 12% of top ecommerce sites are meeting customer expectations for both content and speed. This holiday season, eRetailers are putting billions at risk by adding features and failing to take advantage of core optimization techniques. Read this research to learn the “magic formula” for website optimization.

    • State of the Union: Ecommerce Page Speed & Web Performance Report Spring 2015
      Three seconds is all it takes for visitors to abandon a page if not loaded quickly enough. When websites are slow, every business metric suffers - from page views and bounce rate to conversion and revenue. Read this new research to fine-tune performance and take a more aggressive approach to front-end optimization.


    • 2014 State of the Union Mobile Ecommerce Performance Report
      With mobile usage overtaking desktop usage, mcommerce is booming. Delivering a fast mobile experience has never been more crucial. Two out of three mobile users expect pages to load in 4 seconds or less. We tested mobile load times for the top 100 ecommerce sites — both the m-dot and full site — and found that the average site does not meet user expectations.

    • Progressive Image Rendering: Good or Evil? Fall 2014

      For most websites, images represent a huge untapped area of opportunity for optimizing performance as images comprise more than half of a typical page's weight. To make pages faster, site owners need to take advantage of every available image optimization technique. Check out the Progressive Image Rendering: Good or Evil report and learn how to render images faster and deliver fully optimized pages. 


    • State of the Union Summer 2014
      We tested load times of 500 of the most popular e-commerce sites and found out that median page takes 49% longer to load than just a year ago and 86% of retailers do not deliver an optimal user experience. The leading performance drains are bigger pages which are usually slower and images that are not optimized. Read this new report to learn page acceleration and image optimization techniques as well as tips to deliver the best user experience.

    • State of the Union Report Spring 2014

      The median page load time on the top 500 sites takes 10 seconds - a 47% slowdown two years. Read this report to discover new optimization tips to cure performance pains and deliver faster pages. 


    • State of the Union Report Winter 2013-2014

      Pages are not only bigger, but are 21% slower than they were one year ago. This slowdown has a significant effect on the bottom line. Read this report for a step-by-step guide with organization tips and best practices that can help reach performance goals. 


    • 2013 State of the Union Mobile Ecommerce Performance

      Two out of three mobile shoppers expect pages to load in four seconds or less, and that bar is steadily being raised. Google recently updated its mobile guidelines to state that sites should deliver “above-thefold” content in less than one second.


    • State of the Union Report Fall 2013

      There is an irrefutable connection between page speed and key success metrics such as user experience, conversion rates and revenues. This quarterly report identifies common performance pains and provides web performance optimization strategies for site owners. 


    • State Of The Union Report Summer 2013
      The purpose of this research is to gain ongoing visibility into the real-world performance of leading ecommerce sites to learn how these sites perform for visitors sitting at home using the internet under normal browsing conditions.

    • State of the Union Report Spring 2013
      The purpose of this research is to gain ongoing visibility into the real-world performance of leading ecommerce sites to learn how these sites perform for visitors sitting at home using the internet under normal browsing conditions.

    • State of the Union Report Fall 2012
      We tested the load times and page composition of 2000 leading, retail websites. Despite having access to more powerful devices, more sophisticated networks and more advanced browsers, a typical end user today experiences slower load times than ever.

    • 2012 State of the Union Mobile Ecommerce Performance
      We developed an approach to reliably test mobile load times over 3G and LTE for the top 200 web sites. We then compared these results against desktop benchmark performance and arrived at some compelling findings.



    • Fastest Website Acceleration for New HTTP Protocol with Alteon NG and Advanced HTTP2 Gateway
      Radware’s FastView module, the most advanced WPO engine in the market, can now leverage the embedded HTTP/2 gateway and provides acceleration of up to 40% beyond the protocol’s baseline offering. It is with FastView for HTTP/2 – the combination of HTTP/2 and WPO on the ADC- that organizations can deliver applications to their clients and provide the fastest browser experience ever.

    • Improve Online Business Performance with FastView Web Acceleration
      This whitepaper includes a brief overview of the performance challenges of modern web applications and the common and current approaches used to address them. The paper also describes Radware’s FastView proprietary web performance optimization technology drilling down into its architecture and methodology.


    • Results-Oriented Application Acceleration with FastView
      Highlighting the business motivation as to why organizations must ensure continuous performance optimization of their site and how Radware's FastView technology and application performance monitoring module can effectively accelerate businesses.


    Accelerate Your SAP Applications with Radware FastView
    Radware's Fastview for SAP accelerates organizations applications over WAN at near LAN speed, providing network performance optimization, reliability and availability and network security.
    Application Delivery & Load Balancing for the Next Generation: Alteon NG
    Alteon NG, a next-generation application delivery controller is designed to ensure application SLA. Comprised of four different components, Radware’s Alteon NG provides application SLA assurance with complete fault isolation. Application Performance Monitoring (APM) delivers real-time monitoring and proactive SLA management, while FastView delivers a web performance optimization solution for application acceleration and front end optimization.
    Eliminate Web Wait with FastView Web Performance Optimization
    To help increase your business' online revenue, number of page views and customer satisfaction, Radware has developed its new FastView technology, a best-in-class Web Performance Optimization (WPO) solution integrated into our Alteon ADC.
    Experience the Fastest HTTP Ever Demo
    Watch this short demo to learn how Radware’s HTTP/2 gateway works with FastView to deliver the fastest HTTP experience in the industry.
    Experience the Fastest HTTP Ever with Alteon HTTP/2 Gateway and FastView
    This short video demonstrates the performance challenges that exist with HTTP 1.1, how the new HTTP/2 protocol revision can address them and how Radware's HTTP/2 gateway in tandem with FastView allow web applications to deliver the fastest HTTP experience ever.
    How Can You Protect Your Site from Third-Party Failure?
    While most public facing companies have third party scripts, such as analytics, ads, or social sharing widgets, it is important to understand that failure is inevitable. However, there are several things site owners can do before, during and after deployment so failure does not happen.
    How Do You Measure the Client Side of Performance?
    Should you measure the client side of performance? In order to understand where the performance pains are on a web page, Radware uses web timings to measure multiple events of a page sequence to record and analyze user problems.
    How Does a CDN Complement Front-End WPO to Make Pages Faster?
    By deploying front-end WPO solutions, such as FastView, 22 advanced optimization treatments are applied to the page content - ultimately cutting load times in half.
    How Does the User Perceive Performance?
    Web performance speed is essential to good user experience. Our experts have proven that users will respond as soon as the server begins to respond. Organizations need to ensure that the most important content is delivered first so users stay on the page.
    How Does the User Perceive Performance?
    Testing site performance in real time is essential to determining why pages and applications slow down. Learn how Radware tests site performance using a synthetic tool in order to capture user responses and understand how the browser renders a page in real time.
    Increased Availability and Performance with Alteon NG
    Grifols, a global healthcare company increases availability and performance with Alteon NG for network load balancing and SSL offloading.
    Real User Monitoring (RUM) vs Synthetic Testing
    Hear from one of Radware’s experts to learn why real user monitoring (RUM) and synthetic testing are essential to measuring user experience and why each is used at different times throughout the production phase.
    Recommendations for Optimizing Web Performance
    Hear from one of Radware's experts as he delivers key recommendations for web performance optimization (WPO).
    Web Performance Optimization -- Because Every Second Counts (Part 1 -- The Birthday)
    Don't miss an opportunity because of slow web performance. Radware's Fastview, a web page optimization solution improves web application response time by 20-40% on average. Improve the quality of your global workforce with faster web applications and faster response time for internal web-based mission-critical applications.
    Web Performance Optimization -- Because Every Second Counts (Part 2 -- The Pitch)
    Don't miss an opportunity because of slow web performance. Radware's Fastview, a web page optimization solution improves web application response time by 20-40% on average. Improve the quality of your global workforce with faster web applications and faster response time for internal web-based mission-critical applications.
    Web Performance Optimization -- Because Every Second Counts (Part 3 -- The Tender)
    Web performance matters -- whether you're on the go or at home. Radware's FastView, enables a more effective mobile workforce. Equipped with effective caching for mobile devices, touch friendly features and smart image resizing optimized for smaller mobile device screens -- FastView saves seconds when it matters most.
    What is Preloading and Why Is It Effective?
    Preloading ensures optimal user experience by allowing businesses to take advantage of the time that a user spends absorbing the content on particular page. It allows organizations to analyze the users general sequences on a site, and serve up resources commonly used on that page.
    What Is the Difference Between an Open Source Solution and a Professionally Packaged WPO Solution?
    Learn from one of Radware’s experts as he explains the main difference between an Open Source solution and professionally packaged WPO solution, and the benefits associated with each.
    What Is the Difference Between Optimizing Landing Pages vs Internal Pages?
    Hear from one of Radware’s experts as he explains the key difference between optimizing landing and internal pages and why he recommends organizations take advantage of browser caching.
    What Is the Main Difference Between Mobile Web Optimization and Desktop Optimization?
    Mobile browsers present more challenges such as reduced CPU, less memory and smaller caches. As a result, traditional techniques don't always work. Watch this short clip to learn different WPO techniques to increase the cache and optimize mobile browsers.
    What Is the Most Common Tool Used for Web Performance?
    In order to understand why slow performance occurs, Radware uses a Waterfall chart. This common tool measures the different components that are loaded on to a page, the sequence in which they are loaded, how long it takes to be loaded and what factors may cause slow performance.
    What Is the Problem with 3rd Party Content and How Can you Address It?
    While third party content is common to most public facing companies, many organizations also face some type of degradation as a result. Hear from one of Radware's experts and learn what organizations can do to avoid problems before deployment.
    Why Does Java Script Slow Down Pages and How Can You Address It?
    Java scripts are the most complex part of any web page and a common cause for slow performance. Learn how to accelerate page speed with java scripts and avoid performance pains moving forward.
    Why Is Image Optimization Essential for Web Performance Optimization?
    60% of all resources on a page are images. This represents a fertile ground for improving web performance. Watch this video to learn why it is essential to improve web performance and why images might be the best avenue to do so.
    Why Isn’t a Programmer the Best Option for Web Performance Optimization?
    Hear from one of Radware’s experts as he explains that although programmers produce pages on the website that help sell products, they are not the best option for web performance optimization.