A web accelerator is a server-side app which accelerates an Internet site. Such a piece of software may function in different ways depending upon the site content, but in the typical case all such apps cache content and deliver it instead of the hosting server. This is valid for both static and dynamic sites because the cached content could be simple text or database responses and the advantage of employing a web accelerator isn't simply the faster loading Internet site, but also the lessened overall load on the machine. This way, you could use a lower-end hosting package that'll also cost less while your visitors will be able to still enjoy superior browsing speeds. Handful of firms provide web accelerators with their hosting deals and they usually offer only 1, while we offer three different ones that'll permit you to improve the performance of any sort of Internet site significantly.
Web Accelerators in Cloud Website Hosting
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plans include three web accelerators which you will be able to employ depending on the Internet sites that you'd like to run. Memcached is employed to cache database or API calls and responses, which can significantly improve the efficiency of dynamic sites. Varnish is a popular HTTP accelerator that caches webpages and delivers them to the site visitors considerably quicker than the web server after the first time they open them. Node.js is an event-driven platform employed for scalable real-time applications including booking sites. Depending on the web hosting solution you select, these three applications might already be included or could be optional upgrades. In any case, you will be able to pick how many instances of each of them will be at your disposal and what amount of memory they should use. These accelerators are offered only by a handful of Internet hosting firms, including ours, and they could raise the speed of your web applications substantially.
Web Accelerators in Semi-dedicated Servers
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solutions shall allow you to use Memcached, Varnish and Node.js - three of the most powerful web accelerators available. Memcached is employed to cache database and API calls and responses, thus it could easily boost any script-driven Internet site. You could use it for any site developed with WordPress or Joomla™
, for example. Varnish is also often called an HTTP reverse proxy and it's a general-purpose caching platform that could be used for any sort of sites. Based on the content, it may boost the performance of a site close to 300%. Node.js is an innovative system employed to build scalable Internet apps that process data in real time such as booking portals. Its advantage is that unlike similar platforms, it processes information constantly and in small pieces rather than waiting for the user to submit one big piece of data. The accelerators can be enabled for any website through the Hepsia CP and you'll be able to select how many instances of every one of them shall work and how much memory they shall employ.
Web Accelerators in Dedicated Servers
Memcached, Varnish and Node.js are offered with all dedicated servers
ordered with the Hepsia hosting Control Panel and based on the plan which you select, you shall also have several gbs of dedicated memory for them. Memcached will lessen the web server load by lowering the amount of queries which need to be addressed because it caches database calls and responses. You'll be able to use it on every site which uses an API or a database - as an illustration, any site built with WordPress or Joomla™
. Varnish could boost the performance of any type of website by caching whole webpages the first time a visitor opens them. The accelerator provides the pages if the exact same visitor opens them later and considering the fact that it does that way quicker than the server, the visitor shall be able to surf your site at least a couple of times faster. That is why Varnish is often categorised as an HTTP reverse proxy. Node.js is an advanced platform which will permit you to build booking sites, web chats and other applications where real-time server-user interaction is required. It processes the data in little bits as the client fills different boxes and doesn't wait for all boxes to be filled and processed as one massive piece of data, which makes Node.js way quicker than similar programs.