Delivering truly great Web performance has never been easy. There’s simply a lot that can go wrong between point A and point B. In today’s world, the challenge has grown exponentially. Point A could be your own data center, a public cloud provider, or some hybrid combination. Point B could be a user on an Ethernet connected laptop or a mobile device on a spotty 3G connection, or almost an infinite combination of network, devices and browsers. How can you ensure that all users get the best Web experience possible, no matter what the situation? Akamai’s Chief Architect, Stephen Ludin, will highlight ways to identify the end users’ situation, determine the best optimizations to employ and how those optimizations directly impact performance – all with the end goal of providing an answer to the situational performance challenge.
This keynote is sponsored by Akamai
Stephen Ludin is a Chief Architect for Akamai’s Site Acceleration and Security group. He joined Akamai in 2002 and works out of Akamai’s west-coast headquarter in San Mateo, California. His primary focus has been on projects related to the core proxy technology that is responsible for routing, accelerating, and securing Akamai’s traffic.
Most recently, as a technology leader in the Web Acceleration team, he has been leading the efforts behind Akamai’s next generation acceleration platform and its security and fraud prevention technology stack.
Ludin received his degree from the University of California at San Diego in Computer Music where his coding abilities were used in writing C programs to create experimental music. We are all grateful for his decision to use his technical and management skill in a more aesthetically pleasing realm of making the web a faster and safer realm for commerce and communications.
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