You can add Adaptive Acceleration to your Ion property to improve HTML page load performance. Adaptive Acceleration syncs with Akamai real user monitoring to gather navigation and resource timing data and stores that data in a policy that's associated with your hostname. As requests for your hostname continue, policy data is gathered and reviewed to identify key resources. This allows Adaptive Acceleration to provide these resources to an end user's browser ahead of time, reducing the load and render time for your web pages.
You set up Adaptive Acceleration in your Ion property using Akamai's Property Manager. You need to set up a real user monitor in your Ion property, too. There's an easy-to-follow workflow that describes the full process in the Ion user docs.
This documentation covers the use of the Adaptive Acceleration interface in Akamai Control Center and its companion API and CLI components. These tools let you review the policies of real user monitoring data that are gathered to apply Adaptive Acceleration, and reset the data gathering mechanism.
Updated 5 months ago