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More Changes from Google: No More PageSpeed

By May 21, 2015November 18th, 2019News

Google recently announced they will be ending their PageSpeed service after just four and a half years of operation.


PageSpeed provided tools to help site owners better optimize and analyze their websites as well as automate their processes for the best speed, performance and presence possible. Tools included image compression, cache settings optimization and Java and CSS optimization.

Those using PageSpeed have until August 3rd to change their DNS or “your site(s) will become completely unavailable on that date.” To find out if you are at risk, log in to your console and look for any of your domains that are marked as “Enabled”.

PageSpeed alternatives and modules include Apache, Nginx, IIS, Apache Traffic Server, OpenLiteSpeed; there are also several cloud-based alternatives.

If you would like more information on how your site may be affected by the loss of PageSpeed, please do not hesitate to contact us at SideKick, Aegis Foundry, CORE Technology or Nimble; we are here to help!

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