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Troubleshooting Using HTTP Headers

Steve Miller-Jones (Limelight Networks)
Location: 211/212
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Testing, monitoring and analysis of website and web-application performance requires a range of analysis and reporting tools, if you have to create a comprehensive view of the influencing factors. When you are using a CDN service like Limelight Orchestrate Performance to accelerate and optimize the delivery of your website or app, information about what behavior is affecting each individual request, and how the CDN is deciding what objects to return is important information to be able to gather, but can be hard to come by. In this session we look at how Limelight securely exposes data about CDN service and object delivery behavior, using HTTP headers.

This keynote is sponsored by Limelight Networks

Steve Miller-Jones

Limelight Networks

Steve has worked in the streaming and content delivery networking (CDN) industry since 2008 and has a strong software project management and web-application programming background. As Director, Product Management for Limelight Networks, he enables Limelight to understand how its services perform from the outside in, and from the inside out. Using “Real User Measurement” data, alongside synthetic and system-wide monitoring services, he leads development of products that ensure consistent high-quality content delivery worldwide. Prior to joining Limelight, he was COO of Global-MIX, which won the Streaming Media “Best CDN in Europe” award in 2009.