Some time ago I was comparing proxies in the cloud: Mozilla Janus, Opera Turbo and Google Compression Proxy. Now I am testing open source HTTP forwarding proxies: Ziproxy, Mozilla Janus and Google PageSpeed Module (mod_pagespeed) for Apache with mod_proxy, all installed on my premise. This time the primary factor is not loading time, but total size of various web pages.
|ZDNet||1026 KB||1117 KB||802 KB||1225 KB|
|TheNextWeb||3768 KB||3638 KB||3672 KB||4156 KB|
|New Yorker||4528 KB||4872 KB||4782 KB||5357 KB|
|AntyWeb||1258 KB||2750 KB||1928 KB||3493 KB|
|iStockPhoto||2905 KB||3699 KB||3444 KB||3756 KB|
All the proxies were tested with equal image quality settings (60%).