Last month we held our quarterly roundtable event concentrating on website peak traffic preparation. Tribe’s roundtable events are popular with clients and partners, interested in learning from each other’s experiences.
The issue of peak traffic preparation is a huge challenge for all organisations with a web presence so informed discussions as to how others manage this is hugely beneficial.
February’s breakfast meeting at St Paul’s Cathedral was attended by Tribe clients and partners across multiple sectors. Watch our short video for an overview of February’s event and to hear what our clients had to say.
Gary Reynolds Opens Our Peak Traffic Preparation Roundtable
Gary Reynolds opened the meeting, sharing his extensive experience of Black Friday preparation as Head of ecommerce/applications at Dixons Carphone. You can learn more by watching Gary’s presentation below.
The challenges around the topic of optimising performance and particularly managing realistic load testing for peak traffic periods formed the basis for the morning’s discussions; from the best ways to create a realistic traffic profile, the difficulties in managing cross-departmental collaboration on performance, the issues of testing in a live environment and the challenges in achieving load testing buy-in and budget before any significant performance issues or failures have taken place.
We’d love you to be part of the conversation
Tribe regularly hosts roundtable events like this exclusively for small groups of web professionals. Our briefings open with performance insights from a leading UK based brand and provide a platform to:
· Build relationships with industry peers
· Gather insights on good practice from top brands
· Gain valuable networking opportunities
· Influence the development of web performance solutions
· Implement ideas that improve conversions
A complimentary breakfast is included and places are free but limited. If you’d like to receive an invitation to our next roundtable event, please complete the form below or give us a call on 01227 768276.