Third Party Mitigation Strategies

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Session Title: Third Party Mitigation Strategies

 

Speaker: Pierre Lermant

 

 

Abstract:

 

Third party content, loosely defined as "content you don’t directly control," is known to slow down websites and even jeopardize their availability.

Finding out how much a website is impacted by third party content has become relatively easy, thanks to online tools. However it is much harder to put in place mitigation strategies to help alleviate their potential negative side effects.

This session presents some of the most common third party handling best practices. Although it may not address 100% of your concerns, it is a good starting point to review and discuss with your stakeholders: Business people, Dev/DevOps/IT, and third party vendors.

 

Presented at Edge 2016

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