sitespeed.io

Open source

Sitespeed.io is a set of Open Source tools that makes it easy to monitor and measure the performance of your web site.

Estimated Annual Budget
$232
Today's Balance
$409.26
Server budget
$2,400
per year

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Incognito

$320 USD since Jul 2020

2
Jesse Heady

$160 USD since Jul 2020

3
Okke Garling

$5 USD since Jul 2020

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$320 USD

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$160 USD

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Today’s balance

$409.26 USD

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$409.26 USD

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Estimated annual budget

$231.60 USD

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New 14.0.0!

Today we released sitespeed.io 14.0.0, celebrating 10 million downloads and started our Open Collective! You can read all about the new release at https:/...
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Published on July 9, 2020 by Peter Hedenskog

About


Sitespeed.io is a set of Open Source tools that makes it easy to monitor and measure the performance of your web site.

Measuring performance shouldn’t be hard: you should be able to have full control of your metrics, own your own data and you should be able to do it without paying top dollars.

That’s why we created sitespeed.io.

To keep sitespeed.io running we need money to keep our test servers running. At the moment we have three cloud instances: One running Graphite/Grafana to host https://dashboard.sitespeed.io, two to continuously run tests and send metrics to Graphite.

We also want to add one extra server to continuously run tests for Browsertime. And the last thing is being able to continuously run performance tests on Android and iOS. At the moment we do that manually and we would love to be able to do that automatically on commits.

Our team