Compuware Integrates With Google Page Speed
November 02, 2011
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Compuware is working with the Google Page Speed team to make it easier for organizations to optimize mobile web application performance through best practices and tools. The Compuware Gomez platform is now integrated with Google Mobile Page Speed.

According to Compuware, this is the industry's first integration with Mobile Page Speed, making it easy for developers and mobile site managers to leverage industry-leading mobile web application performance optimization best practices.

Compuware has worked with Google since early 2011 on developing ways to help organizations optimize web and mobile applications.

The first innovation to come from this relationship was announced this past spring with the Gomez Platform 2011 Spring Release, where Page Speed was integrated with the Compuware Gomez Recorder; this helps businesses optimize their web applications.

In the recent Gomez Platform 2011 Fall Release, Compuware now integrates the Gomez Recorder and Gomez Cross-Browser Testing solution with Mobile Page Speed to help organizations optimize their mobile applications.

Studies have shown that the majority of mobile web applications are not meeting end-users' mobile web performance expectations. By integrating with Mobile Page Speed, the Gomez platform is leveraging a proven, established mobile web application performance optimization tool that provides organizations actionable recommendations on how to improve mobile web application performance. This enables companies to maximize their mobile investments to increase revenues and decrease support costs.

As transactions are played back in the Gomez Recorder, Mobile Page Speed automatically assesses performance against a set of rules, providing a specific score and analysis of the web page. In the Gomez Cross-Browser Testing tool, Google Mobile Page Speed rules and recommendations have been added to the mobile readiness capability, enabling organizations to assess and optimize the performance of their mobile web applications.

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