Publishing analytics startup Parse.ly just switched its entire IT footprint to Amazon Web Services, saving money and improving performance in the process. As clouds keep getting cheaper and better, resistance to them is becoming futile.
Publishing analytics startup Parse.ly has released a report highlighting the top screen sizes on which its customers’ readers are consuming news content. Desktops and laptops still dominate overall, but Apple is king of the mobile devices.
Parse.ly Co-founder and CTO Andrew Montalenti shares his views on how startups can best keep their costs down and options open by using cloud computing wisely. But it’s a fast-moving market, so they have to keep abreast of what’s happening.
The latest traffic report from publishing analytics startup Parse.ly shows Google still dominating in terms of referring traffic to publishers’ sites — but that referral data now comes without associated search terms 87 percent of the time.
Publishing analytics startup Parse.ly moved its production application off of Rackspace in 2011 to save costs. Two years later, it has watched Amazon Web Services costs drop precipitously, and now CTO Andrew Montalenti says it’s probably time to head back to the cloud.
Publishing analytics startup Parse.ly has raised $5 million and has released its first report showing the top sources of traffic across its customer base. It claims hundreds of them, including big-name ones like Atlantic Media, Reuters and Mashable.
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