Articles : Snapt Aria


How We Optimized HubSpot Website Performance and PageSpeed Score

by Iwan Price-Evans on Tips and Tricks • August 26, 2021

HubSpot is a great platform for sales and marketing teams. Unfortunately, the HubSpot CMS does little to help marketers and web developers to optimize their websites for a fast user experience, short page load times, and a good Google PageSpeed score. The CMS backend is relatively slow (with a server response time as high as 1.5 seconds), and exposes few native options for developers to improve on some of the biggest bottlenecks. We overcame the performance limitations of HubSpot's CMS backend and optimized our HubSpot website with these techniques. We used our own product – Snapt Aria ADC – to accelerate the HubSpot website with automatic caching, minifying, compression, rewriting, and SSL offloading. We integrated modern front-end frameworks in HubSpot, replacing most of the HubSpot template and style framework with Tailwind CSS and Alpine.js. Altogether, we took our PageSpeed score from 20 to 95.

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Replace your Microsoft TMG with Snapt Aria

by Craig Risi on Snapt Aria • May 26, 2021

Companies facing the end of life of Microsoft’s Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) are at risk of losing one of their critical pillars of defense against vulnerabilities. With its powerful firewall and web cache solution, TMG has provided a good foundation for protecting many against external threats while also improving the application performance.

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Replacing Microsoft Network Load Balancer on EOL

by Bethany Hendricks on Snapt Aria • December 14, 2020

If you are running Microsoft’s Network Load Balancer, then you are aware that the product is facing End Of Life (EOL). This EOL situation means you need to identify and compare the best Microsoft Network Load Balancer alternatives. Anytime you are forced to change your networking infrastructure due to an EOL, it’s a great time to consider how to upgrade your capabilities in the process. This post will help you to identify a replacement load balancer suitable for Windows infrastructure and compatible with a Hyper-V hypervisor, with a framework for making this decision.

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