Torbit vs Yottaa: What are the differences?
Developers describe Torbit as "Next generation web performance with measurement, analytics and optimization". Torbit is a cloud-based website accelerator service that makes websites faster. Torbit speeds up your site by automating these performance optimizations that are otherwise tedious for you to do by hand. On the other hand, Yottaa is detailed as "All-in-one cloud service that optimizes, protects, and monitors websites on any platform". Yottaa optimizes, protects and monitors websites and web applications, delivering speed, scale, security and actionable insight. Yottaa customers benefit from websites with better user experience, improved SEO and higher conversions.
Torbit and Yottaa can be categorized as "Website Accelerator" tools.
Some of the features offered by Torbit are:
- The metrics you care about- With performance data, itʼs important to look beyond averages since outliers are inevitable. Insight allows you to look at other key metrics such as your median and key percentiles (90th, 95th & 99th).
- Real visitor data- See a histogram showing the breakdown of your site speed and get a better sense of the typical experience for your visitors. With 100% sampling, youʼll get valuable performance data for every visitor on every page.
- Real time feedback- Did that latest code deployment make your website faster or slower? Is your server having capacity issues? By tracking your performance in real time, you can see how your speed changes and what your visitors are experiencing right now. With 1-second resolution, you have instant transparency into how your site is performing at any given moment.
On the other hand, Yottaa provides the following key features:
- Front End Optimization: Automatically reduce asset size, minimize server requests, and facilitate parallel delivery of assets and execution of scripts.
- Accelerated Dynamic, Mobile and Secure Content: Automatically apply device- and browser-specific optimization techniques and accelerate HTTPS (SSL) traffic.
- Testing, Analysis and Optimization: Identify key bottlenecks, define custom rules for handling page assets, and visualize the impact on site performance and content rendering.