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2010 Hurricane Season Web Performance and Uptime Report Results

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Posted on November 1st, 2010 by Victoria Pal in WebSitePulse News

HurricaneThree months ago we launched our traditional Hurricane Season Web Performance Report. During this time we continuously monitored five of the key websites which provide real-time forecasts, details, emergency information and donation opportunities when disaster strikes.

Now it is time to officially announce its end and summarize the results. Here's what happened this year:

  • The 100% uptime mark was hit only by one of the websites.
  • High loading times plagued two of the monitored sites.
  • No severe downtimes were detected and the result is a visible improvement in the average uptime of all sites - 99.944% (compared to last year's 99.760%)
  • The fastest average loading time sets the bar very high for the others - a stunning 0.389 seconds.

If you are curious to find out which are the sites that we monitored and what their results are, you can find the complete data here. Go ahead, see if your predictions will match the results!

Victoria Pal

Doesn't like queuing (particularly at Wimbledon). Likes travelling, tennis and reading. Loves working as a Project Manager at WebSitePulse.

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