Uncacheable data have dominated today's http traffic and multimedia type content transsferred by P2P applications and graphic types(jpg and gif) are top two in the uncacheable HTTP objects.
Compared with cacheable content, uncacheable content consumes more server processing time, but due to network latency, the client-percieved response time tends to be close to that of cacheable content.
On average uncacheable content has an larger object size than that of cacheable object.
A considerable amount of uncacheable HTTP content is cachebale.
So it would be of significant consideration to compress the above mentioned embedded cacheable web objects .
Text-based file sizes can also be reduced up to 80 percent if you use compression for these types also.
The Cisco ACE 4710 appliance achieves speeds up to 1 Gbps for compression. The Cisco delta encoding technology enables the Cisco ACE 4710 appliance to send only the difference (or deltas) between a previous and new instance of a webpage.
Without this technology, subsequent visits to a webpage require the client to download the entire HTML page, even though typically only a small percentage of the content has changed.
So using compression for these objects can be good upto some extent.
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