Web Accelerators in Cloud Hosting
We offer three of the most popular web accelerators with our cloud hosting services and based upon what plan you'll choose when you sign up, they may already be available or they may be an optional upgrade. Varnish is the most well-known one of them and it can be employed for any type of Internet site. It caches the pages the first time a site visitor opens them and delivers them at a considerably faster speed compared to the server each time that a visitor opens them again. Memcached is used to cache API and database calls, so it can easily boost the speed of dynamic websites such as online stores, discussion boards or social networks. Node.js is used for scalable web applications and it works in real-time, which makes it suitable for server-side data processing - chats, browser games, booking portals, and so forth. You'll be able to choose the amount of memory these accelerators shall use and how many instances of each and every one will run from your Hepsia web hosting CP.
Web Accelerators in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you opt for one of our semi-dedicated server packages, you shall be able to use Varnish, Memcached and Node.js - three powerful web accelerators. Varnish is a multi-purpose app which caches websites the first time a site visitor opens them and delivers them instead of the web server if the site visitor opens them again close to 300% quicker. Memcached caches API and database calls and responses in order that the server doesn't have to process each and every request, that makes it perfect for database-driven Internet sites, for example ones designed with Joomla™ or WordPress. Node.js is used to develop web programs which operate in real-time such as chats or accommodation booking sites and it processes every bit of info the instant the user types it rather than waiting for big pieces of info to be accumulated. The Hepsia CP which is provided with our semi-dedicated plans shall permit you to pick how many instances of each accelerator will work at a time and how much memory they'll use.