A web accelerator is a software application which accelerates an Internet site generally by caching content and providing it instead of the hosting server. Such applications can be used for both static and dynamic Internet sites because there are various accelerators which can cache both static content and database calls and responses. The advantage of employing a web accelerator is that a given Internet site shall perform significantly faster without using extra resources. Just the opposite, such a website will need much less resources to work as the web accelerator will tackle most requests instead of the web server. Contrary to many businesses which do not offer web accelerators with their packages or offer only one, we offer 3 different ones which will enable you to speed up your websites whatever their type or content.
Web Accelerators in Cloud Website Hosting
We provide 3 of the most popular web accelerators together with our cloud website hosting services and based on what plan you shall pick when you sign up, they could already be available or they could be an optional upgrade. Varnish is the most well-known one of them and it can be employed for any kind of website. It caches the pages the first time a visitor opens them and provides them at a much faster speed compared to the hosting server every time that a website visitor opens them again. Memcached is used to cache API and database calls, so it could boost the speed of dynamic Internet sites such as online stores, forums or social networks. Node.js is used for scalable web applications and it works in real-time, which makes it excellent for server-side data processing - chats, browser games, booking portals, etcetera. You'll be able to select just how much memory these accelerators shall employ and how many instances of each one will run from your Hepsia Internet hosting Control Panel.
Web Accelerators in Semi-dedicated Hosting
If you choose one of our semi-dedicated hosting solutions, you will be able to use Varnish, Memcached and Node.js - three effective web accelerators. Varnish is a multi-purpose application which caches web pages the first time a visitor opens them and delivers them instead of the web server if the website visitor opens them again close to 300% more quickly. Memcached caches API and database calls and responses so the web server doesn't need to process every request, which makes it suitable for database-driven sites, for instance ones built with Joomla or WordPress. Node.js is used to build web applications which work in real-time such as chats or accommodation booking websites and it processes each bit of information the moment the user enters it as opposed to waiting for sizeable pieces of data to be accumulated. The Hepsia CP which is included with our semi-dedicated plans will allow you to choose how many instances of each and every accelerator shall work at a time and what amount of memory they'll use.
Web Accelerators in Dedicated Web Hosting
If you choose Hepsia as the hosting Control Panel for your new dedicated server, you shall have Memcached, Varnish and Node.js available for increasing the speed of your websites. Memcached can minimize the load on the hosting server by lowering the queries your script-driven websites make as it caches database responses. This web accelerator is great for dynamic Internet sites created with WordPress, Joomla and comparable scripts. Varnish, which is often called an HTTP reverse proxy, caches whole sites the first time a new guest opens them. It may be used to speed up any sort of website since it delivers the cached content faster than the hosting server every time a visitor opens the same page again. You'll be able to employ Node.js for online apps which call for real-time server-client interaction such as online chats or booking websites. Unlike other platforms that wait for the user to enter everything on a form, Node.js processes the information bit by bit as the user fills every box, so it operates considerably quicker and more efficiently. All dedicated server solutions feature several gigabytes of memory dedicated to those 3 web accelerators.