To maintain a fast operating site, you should have a clean and well structured backend code. Within the Hosting Control Panel, you’ll find a group of tools that can assist you increase your website’s overall performance without having to edit anything within the code. The Site Accelerator Tools – Memcached, Varnish and Node.js will not just help you to provide faster loading rates to your site visitors and consequently lower bounce volumes, but will also push your site higher in the search engine results positioning.
To work with the Site Accelerator Tools, just simply log into your Hosting Control Panel and produce an instance for the accelerator you need.
RAM–storing as an alternative to database requests
In case you have a busy database–operated web site or web app, it may have issues running quick for the website visitors because of the numerous queries delivered to the database. To aid you fix the web page streaming challenge, we’ve included the Memcached platform inside the Hosting Control Panel.
Memcached is really a strong distributed memory object caching system, which saves information and also objects in the server’s RAM to stop the database from being asked any time a customer opens up a specific web page. By doing this, your site pages are going to load a lot quicker for customers and will improve the possibility for them to return.
RAM–storing as opposed to HTTP calls
You can find multiple strategies to quicken a web site, but many of them require a programmer to reword the back–end code. Luckily, there are more intuitive tools for quickening a site, such as the Varnish website accelerator program built into the Hosting Control Panel.
Varnish is web application accelerator, which keeps HTTP queries in the RAM and returns them to the customer rather than expecting the server to send them. Trials indicate that using Varnish on a website or an app generally boosts website speeds with a factor of 300 – 1000x. Varnish can even be configured how to deal with incoming calls – whether they should be delivered by Varnish, by the hosting server, etc.
Meant for constructing fast as well as adaptable web applications
Web developers can use Node.js for the purpose of putting together various high–quality and cost–effective tools including business measurement platforms, live web applications and content management systems, only to name some. It’s really turbo fast and adaptable and is powered by an active online community that is regularly promoting and supporting it.