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14 May 2015 - 03:00:11 am

Proxies for specialized Applications

Web applications are built for three reasons:

To speed up a complicated process

To automate processes

To combine different processes together and run them

All three types of web apps use proxies in bulk quantities.
Web applications have functions that mostly are based on the internet. There
are bound to be connectivity and access issues for many of these functions.
Proxies help he apps to run smoothly by providing uninterrupted internet
connectivity. For example, a scraper runs on the internet and uses an internet
service for its function (Google). Scrapers need lots of proxies to ensure that
the process is completed without any interruptions.

Proxies can help in speeding up the app processes too. Letís
take the same example, when the scraper is loaded with multiple search
footprints, to search for many different keywords on Google, the entire process
with their various permutations, combinations and number of search results, can
take a long time to complete. Proxies will speed up these multiple functions
and reduce the completion time drastically.

Automation is another major function in most web apps but
for this function to perform at optimal levels, proxies are needed. It is very
difficult to run multiple operations simultaneously, which is the crux behind
automation apps. Proxies can individualize each activity and then can
facilitate its operation on the internet smoothly. Of course, running the web
app on a separate server helps the process and speed but even then, proxies are
needed to ensure error free function.

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