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We're in London This Week

We’re headed to London this week for Velocity Europe! If you’re attending, please stop by kiosk #306 in the Exhibit Hall to meet the Fastly team and chat with our engineers.

Join Fastly for a Gigaom Webinar

On Tuesday, November 12 at 10:00am PT, we invite you to join us for a free Gigaom Research analyst roundtable webinar exploring how growth in dynamic and real-time web content is forcing changes to the…

Artur Bergman’s Talk at Velocity NYC 2013

If you missed Fastly CEO Artur Bergman’s talk “Latency is the mind killer” at Velocity NYC, watch it here to learn how latency affects network performance (and how to cure it).

Artur Bergman Speaks at Surge 2013

Did you miss Artur speaking at Surge 2013? We’ve got you covered. Here’s his talk on why latency is the pervasive, silent killer in the world of network performance.

How to Cache Everything

We at Fastly have a credo: “latency kills.” Slow is never optimal when it comes to the internets, and in previous posts, we’ve alluded to the importance of caching in our ongoing quest...

Introducing Fastly Streaming Media

After months of hard work, we're proud to announce the Fastly Streaming Media Service. Fastly is optimized for small object delivery, so http live streaming is in our DNA - but don't be...

Introducing the Fastly Historical Stats Tool

At Fastly, we’re always looking for ways to help our customers optimize for speed. Today, we’re happy to announce that (by popular request), we’ve made the Fastly control panel even better with a new <a...

Fastly at Velocity NYC 2013

This week, the Fastly team will be in New York for Velocity 2013. If you’re attending the conference, we hope you'll stop by kiosk #27 in the Sponsor Pavilion to meet the team, talk...

Fastly at Surge 2013

This week, the Fastly team heads east for Surge 2013 in National Harbor, MD. We look forward to seeing partners like Dyn, Etsy, Twitter, and Wanelo and making new connections at the conference. Here’s where you’ll...

Surrogate Keys: Part 2

One of my favorite computer science jokes is that there are only two truly difficult problems in computer science: naming things, cache invalidation, and off-by-one errors. At Fastly, we deal with these sorts of difficult...

Jason Cook Talks about Tuning TCP

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of speaking at Velocity2013 about fine tuning application performance to increase end-user experience and satisfaction.

Surrogate Keys: Part 1

Here at Fastly HQ, we want websites to be fast. Caching is commonly used to speed up websites. However, caching rapidly changing and unpredictably updated content can be difficult. To make it easier, we built…

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