Powerful Cache Control Management for IIS servers
Dramatically reduce page load time & increase visitor retention
Caching indisputably saves bandwidth and server resources because it reduces network traffic. This is why shared (proxy) caches exist on the Internet and corporate intranets. Infrastructure providers and corporate IT departments make extensive investments in caching technology because the savings are too great to pass up.
Eliminate unnecessary requests & bandwidth consumption
Improved site performance is simply the other side of this coin; caching reduces network latency. It does this by serving content from a cache located much closer to them than the Web server housing the original web site, thus eliminating excessive conditional GET requests and 304 responses.
Save time deploying & delegating cache control
Given normal Web browsing conditions, a cached object will always load faster than an uncached one. Our testing shows that an uncached image can take 0.5 seconds to be verified by an origin server - multiply this lag by the number of images on a page, and your users could be waiting a very long time indeed.
Changelog for this release:
Resolved several stabilty issues.
* IIS 7.5 / Server 2008 R2 with Service Pack 2
* IIS 7 / Server 2008 with Service Pack 2
* IIS 6 / Server 2003 (all editions) with Service Pack 2
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