Web Accelerators in Cloud Website Hosting
Our cloud website hosting solutions include three web accelerators which you can employ depending on the websites which you would like to run. Memcached is used to cache database or API calls and responses, which could tremendously boost the performance of dynamic websites. Varnish is a popular HTTP accelerator which caches pages and provides them to the visitors way quicker than the server after the first time they open them. Node.js is an event-driven platform used for scalable real-time programs for example booking websites. Based on the hosting solution you pick, these 3 programs may already be included or could be optional upgrades. In any case, you will be able to choose how many instances of each one of them shall be at your disposal and what amount of memory they should use. These accelerators are offered only by a handful of web hosting firms, including ours, and they could raise the speed of your web programs significantly.
Web Accelerators in Dedicated Servers Hosting
Memcached, Varnish and Node.js are offered with all dedicated servers ordered with the Hepsia hosting Control Panel and based on the plan you choose, you shall also have several gigabytes of dedicated memory for them. Memcached shall lessen the web server load by lowering the amount of queries that need to be addressed since it caches database calls and responses. You shall be able to use it on every Internet site that uses an API or a database - for instance, any website developed with WordPress or Joomla™. Varnish can easily boost the performance of any sort of site by caching whole webpages the first time a visitor opens them. The accelerator delivers the pages if the very same visitor opens them later on and because it does that faster than the web server, the visitor will be able to look through your site at least a couple of times faster. For this reason Varnish is oftentimes called an HTTP reverse proxy. Node.js is a sophisticated platform that will enable you to create booking sites, web chats and other applications where real-time server-user interaction is required. It processes the data in small pieces as the client fills different boxes and does not wait for all boxes to be filled and processed as one large chunk of data, which makes Node.js considerably quicker than similar programs.