Remember when you were willing to listen to the horrible static ringing of the dial-up tone, perfectly content to wait five minutes for Myst to load, and recieved email so infrequently that "You've Got Mail!" didn't make your ears bleed? The Internet has changed drastically over the past 10 years, and, much to the chagrin of many DevOps professionals, so have the expectations of its users. We expect fast.
Companies constantly work to improve their Web performance to keep up with the need for speed....
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