Adaptive Acceleration

Load pages faster by caching content before users request it.

Why do I need this?

Adaptive Acceleration is a key caching feature that preloads certain content before your users request it. While it's an optional feature that you can turn off, it's default setting is On to help shorten delivery times and render web pages faster.

How does it work?

Adaptive Acceleration uses real-time data from mPulse or Real User Monitoring (doc:web-app-protector) to determine where a user may request content and caches it ahead of when it's needed. Then, when a user does click within their browser to access that content, it's already there and ready.