Web Accelerators in Shared Web Hosting
Our shared web hosting solutions come with three web accelerators which you could employ depending on the Internet sites that you would like to run. Memcached is used to cache database or API calls and responses, which can drastically boost the performance of dynamic websites. Varnish is a popular HTTP accelerator which caches pages and delivers them to the visitors much faster than the server after the first time they open them. Node.js is an event-driven platform employed for scalable real-time applications such as booking sites. Based on the hosting package you choose, these 3 applications might already be included or may be optional upgrades. Either way, you will be able to select how many instances of each of them will be at your disposal and how much memory they ought to employ. These accelerators are supplied only by a few Internet hosting companies, including ours, and they could boost the speed of your web programs considerably.
Web Accelerators in Semi-dedicated Hosting
In case you choose one of our semi-dedicated hosting solutions, you'll be able to use Varnish, Memcached and Node.js - three effective web accelerators. Varnish is a multi-purpose program which caches pages the first time a visitor opens them and provides them instead of the hosting server if the website visitor opens them again close to 300% more quickly. Memcached caches API and database calls and responses so that the hosting server does not need to process each and every request, that makes it ideal for database-driven Internet sites, for instance ones developed with Joomla™ or WordPress. Node.js is employed to build web programs which work in real-time such as chats or accommodation booking portals and it processes each bit of data the moment the user types it instead of waiting for large pieces of data to be accumulated. The Hepsia CP which is included with our semi-dedicated packages shall allow you to pick how many instances of each and every accelerator shall work at a time and the amount of memory they'll use.