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Making the most out of IIS compression - Part 1: Configuring IIS 7 compression

, 24 Aug 2011 CPOL
In this two part series, I'll show how to get the most out of the compression features built into IIS 7 and IIS 6. This first article focuses specifically on IIS 7.

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Matt Perdeck
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Australia Australia
Twitter: @MattPerdeck
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Current project: JSNLog JavaScript Logging Package

Matt has over 9 years .NET and SQL Server development experience. Before getting into .Net, he worked on a number of systems, ranging from the largest ATM network in The Netherlands to embedded software in advanced Wide Area Networks and the largest ticketing web site in Australia. He has lived and worked in Australia, The Netherlands, Slovakia and Thailand.

He is the author of the book ASP.NET Performance Secrets (www.amazon.com/ASP-NET-Site-Performance-Secrets-Perdeck/dp/1849690685) in which he shows in clear and practical terms how to quickly find the biggest bottlenecks holding back the performance of your web site, and how to then remove those bottlenecks. The book deals with all environments affecting a web site - the web server, the database server and the browser.

Matt currently lives in Sydney, Australia. He recently worked at Readify and the global professional services company PwC. He now works at SP Health, a global provider of weight loss web sites such at CSIRO's TotalWellBeingDiet.com and BiggestLoserClub.com.

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