A web accelerator is a piece of software that accelerates a site usually by caching content and delivering it instead of the hosting server. Such apps could be employed for both static and dynamic sites since there are a variety of accelerators that can cache both static content and database calls and responses. The benefit of employing a web accelerator is that a given site shall perform substantially faster without using more system resources. Quite the opposite, this kind of a website will demand much less resources to operate because the web accelerator will deal with most requests instead of the server. In contrast to many firms which don't offer web accelerators with their packages or offer only 1, we offer three different ones that'll permit you to speed up your sites whatever their kind or content.

Web Accelerators in Cloud Web Hosting

If you host your Internet sites inside a cloud web hosting account from our firm, you'll have three popular web accelerators to pick from if you would like to improve the sites' functionality. Memcached is employed for database-driven Internet sites and it caches the calls and requests between an Internet site and its database, so it can easily lessen the load of such websites substantially. Varnish caches whole pages the first time a website visitor opens them and delivers them from there on if the same site visitor opens them again. It does that much faster than the web server, so it could raise the loading speed of any Internet site up to 300%. Node.js is an object-oriented platform for real-time apps which functions on the hosting server and not within the visitor's Internet browser. It is employed for accommodation booking, chats and other applications where a lot of data should be processed in real time. The availability of those accelerators depends upon the hosting plan which you choose - they could come by default or as an upgrade. In each case, you will be able to add more instances or more memory for each of them.

Web Accelerators in Semi-dedicated Hosting

If you go for one of our semi-dedicated hosting plans, you'll be able to take advantage of Varnish, Memcached and Node.js - 3 powerful web accelerators. Varnish is a multi-purpose program that caches web pages the first time a site 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 the server does not have to process each and every request, which makes it ideal for database-driven websites, such as ones designed with Joomla or WordPress. Node.js is used to build web apps which work in real-time including chats or accommodation booking websites and it processes every bit of information as soon as the user enters it instead of waiting for large chunks of data to be accumulated. The Hepsia Control Panel that is included with our semi-dedicated plans will enable you to choose how many instances of each accelerator will work at a time and what amount of memory they'll use.

Web Accelerators in Dedicated Web Hosting

Memcached, Varnish and Node.js come with all dedicated servers ordered with the Hepsia hosting CP and based on the package that you pick, you'll also have several gbs of dedicated memory for them. Memcached shall decrease the web server load by lowering the amount of queries that have to be dealt with as it caches database calls and responses. You will be able to use it on any site that uses an API or a database - for instance, any website built with WordPress or Joomla. Varnish can improve the performance of any kind of Internet site by caching whole webpages the first time a visitor opens them. The accelerator delivers the web pages if the exact same visitor opens them later and given that it does that much faster than the server, the visitor will be able to browse your site at least a couple of times faster. For this reason Varnish is oftentimes called an HTTP reverse proxy. Node.js is an advanced platform that will permit you to build booking sites, web chats and other apps in which real-time server-user interaction is required. It processes the data in tiny parts as the client fills different boxes and does not wait for all boxes to be filled and processed as one big chunk of info, which makes Node.js much quicker than similar apps.