We have integrated a couple of Web Accelerator Applications in the Site Control Panel that can help you really easily boost the overall operation of your web sites. You will not need to enhance anything at all in the back–end code or come up with particular configuration settings that require technical knowledge from you. Inside the Site Control Panel, just choose the tool you would like to implement – Memcached, Node.js and Varnish and generate an instance for it. It is all carried out with a click. By speeding up your web sites, you’ll not just prevent your site visitors from having to hang on but also will make your web site rank higher in search engine results.
You will find the Web Accelerator Applications inside the Advanced Resources section of the Site Control Panel.
RAM–memorizing as a substitute for database queries
The Memcached system is wonderful for increasing web site streaming speeds by caching the database data that is required by your visitors. It is a dynamic distributed memory caching system, which allows for data and objects to be memorized in the RAM as an alternative for getting querried every time a person visits a page.
This platform is perfect for your database–driven websites or applications where your clients devote a lot of time surfing and checking out content. Memcached is found in the advanced resources section of the Site Control Panel.
RAM–caching in place of HTTP queries
You will discover many different new ways to to quicken a website, but the majority of them require a coder to reword the program code. Fortunately, there are more convenient tools for quickening a web site, like the Varnish web accelerator included in the Site Control Panel.
Varnish represents an HTTP accelerator, which stores HTTP calls inside the RAM and returns them to the customer as opposed to waiting around for the web server to return them. Testing demonstrate that using Varnish on a website as well as a web application usually hastens delivery times with a 300 – 1000x factor. Varnish may also be tweaked how to deal with inbound queries – whether they must be returned by Varnish, by the server, etc.
For the purpose of making fast and then scalable web applications
Web developers are able to use Node.js for the purpose of making various high–end and also cost–efficient applications like enterprise stats, real time web apps and CMS, to name just a few. It’s truly quick and flexible and is also powered by an involved online community that is continuously promoting and supporting it.