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Page load speeds with AEM serving DTM

cardinalp417170
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A vendor has expressed concern over page load speeds with AEM serving DTM, what are common ways to optimize page load speeds and what impacts are there, if any?

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kautuk_sahni
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Hi 

There could be many reasons for this :-

1.Self-hosted static file delivery that eliminates the dependency on third-party hosting and DNS
2. Parallelization of tag loading through asynchronous delivery (make sure synchronous scripting is not there unless needed)
3. Tag killing options with timeouts that can be modified by the client
4. Dramatically reduced file size through the optimized dynamic tag management library schema - over 90% smaller than competitors
5. Enhanced file compression and delivery
6. Optimized timing and delivery sequencing that can be modified by the client
7.Client-side delivery of file assets that eliminates any additional server-side processing

 

Page Load Speed

There are essentially six areas that affect page load speed:

Caching of site assets
Creating site pages from the server
Reducing the number of downloaded files
Reducing the size of downloaded files
Improving the connection speed to source files
Converting sequential file loading to parallel file loading

Reference Link :- https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/dtm/wp_page_load_speed.html

I hope this would help you.

Thanks and Regards

Kautuk Sahni

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kautuk_sahni
Correct answer by
Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi 

There could be many reasons for this :-

1.Self-hosted static file delivery that eliminates the dependency on third-party hosting and DNS
2. Parallelization of tag loading through asynchronous delivery (make sure synchronous scripting is not there unless needed)
3. Tag killing options with timeouts that can be modified by the client
4. Dramatically reduced file size through the optimized dynamic tag management library schema - over 90% smaller than competitors
5. Enhanced file compression and delivery
6. Optimized timing and delivery sequencing that can be modified by the client
7.Client-side delivery of file assets that eliminates any additional server-side processing

 

Page Load Speed

There are essentially six areas that affect page load speed:

Caching of site assets
Creating site pages from the server
Reducing the number of downloaded files
Reducing the size of downloaded files
Improving the connection speed to source files
Converting sequential file loading to parallel file loading

Reference Link :- https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/dtm/wp_page_load_speed.html

I hope this would help you.

Thanks and Regards

Kautuk Sahni

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