A web accelerator is a software program which speeds up a website generally by caching content and delivering it instead of the web server. Such apps can be employed for both dynamic and static sites as there are various accelerators that can cache both static content and database calls and responses. The main advantage of employing a web accelerator is that a given Internet site will perform considerably faster without employing additional system resources. Just the opposite, this type of a website will require a lesser amount of resources to operate as the web accelerator will handle most requests rather than the web server. In contrast to many companies that do not offer web accelerators with their plans or offer only 1, we offer 3 different ones which will enable you to speed up your Internet sites regardless of their style or content.
Web Accelerators in Cloud Hosting
Our cloud hosting
packages include three web accelerators that you will be able to use depending on the Internet sites that you would like to run. Memcached is employed to cache database or API calls and responses, which could considerably boost the performance of dynamic Internet sites. Varnish is a popular HTTP accelerator that caches web pages and delivers them to the visitors faster than the hosting server after the first time they open them. Node.js is an event-driven platform employed for scalable real-time programs for example booking sites. Depending upon the Internet hosting package you select, these three programs might already be included or could be optional upgrades. In either case, you shall be able to pick how many instances of every one of them will be at your disposal and how much memory they should use. These accelerators are provided only by a few web hosting companies, including ours, and they could boost the speed of your web applications drastically.
Web Accelerators in VPS Servers
All VPS servers
which are incorporated with the Hepsia CP come with Varnish, Memcached and Node.js already included and you shall have several hundred megabytes of dedicated memory for them by default. Varnish, which is also often called an HTTP reverse proxy, caches web pages the first time a guest opens them and provides them if that guest opens them again, so the server won't need to perform any action. Due to the fact that Varnish operates much quicker than any hosting server, a website employing this accelerator will work several times swifter. Memcached is a platform that caches database calls and responses and it's used for WordPress, Joomla™
and other script-driven applications that store their content inside a database. Node.js is a highly effective platform for creating scalable web applications. Any information on an Internet site that employs Node.js is processed in real time, making it a fantastic choice for dining and accommodation booking Internet sites, web-based chats, web browser games, and so forth.
Web Accelerators in Dedicated Servers
Memcached, Varnish and Node.js are available with all dedicated servers
ordered with the Hepsia hosting Control Panel and depending on the package which you choose, you shall also have several gigabytes of dedicated memory for them. Memcached shall minimize the hosting server load by lowering the number of queries which need to be addressed since it caches database calls and responses. You'll be able to use it on any Internet site that uses an API or a database - as an example, any site designed with WordPress or Joomla™
. Varnish can enhance the performance of any sort of website by caching whole pages the first time a visitor opens them. The accelerator delivers the pages if the exact same visitor opens them later and because it does that considerably faster than the web server, the visitor shall be able to surf your Internet site at least a few times faster. For this reason Varnish is oftentimes referred to as an HTTP reverse proxy. Node.js is a sophisticated platform that'll permit you to develop booking sites, web chats and other applications where real-time server-user interaction is necessary. It processes the data in tiny portions as the client fills different boxes and doesn't wait for all boxes to be filled and processed as one substantial piece of info, which makes Node.js way quicker than similar applications.