Learn how Thru, a leading enterprise-grade file sharing and collaboration service, leveraged Teridion KumoX to route their traffic around congested networks to deliver 20x faster uploads, avoid building new data centers and consolidate existing ones.
Upthere’s mission is to deliver the world’s best personal storage experience. Delivering on this experience requires giving their customers the fastest possible uploads, downloads and streaming content. Teridion KumoX increased the end-to-end throughput for Upthere’s end users on average by a factor of more than 2x. Learn more about the positive effect Teridion had on Upthere’s Internet performance, customer experience and bottom line.
Learn how Egnyte, a leading enterprise content collaboration and governance SaaS provider increased data transfer speeds, saved money by retiring custom network acceleration infrastructure and was able to resolve performance problems in minutes, that had previously taken hours or days.
Why exactly do web applications have such poor response time and what role does the Internet Backbone play in slow performance? This white paper explores the Internet Backbone Problem, discusses some common workarounds and describes how the Teridion KumoX addresses fundamental Internet design issues.
With Teridion KumoX, SaaS providers are now able to take back control of their application’s performance to deliver the best possible user experience. This paper describes how Teridion KumoX works and how it solves the “Internet Backbone Problem” to deliver better performance and ROI.
This whitepaper (part 1 of 2) explores five Internet performance myths that prevent SaaS companies from delivering great experience to global end users. These myths come from basic misunderstandings about how the Internet works. Luckily, these myths can be largely debunked by the use of Teridion’s KumoX–without caching, added complexity or compromising security.