A web accelerator is a software program that accelerates a site usually by caching content and delivering it instead of the hosting server. Such programs can be employed for both dynamic and static websites because there are a variety of accelerators which can cache both static content and database calls and responses. The best thing about employing a web accelerator is that a given Internet site will perform noticeably faster without using more system resources. Just the opposite, this kind of a site will require much less resources to work because the web accelerator will handle most requests instead of the web server. In contrast to many companies which do not offer web accelerators with their plans or offer only one, we offer 3 different ones that'll enable you to speed up your Internet sites whatever their kind or content.

Web Accelerators in Dedicated Servers

Memcached, Varnish and Node.js are offered with all dedicated servers ordered with the Hepsia hosting CP and in accordance with the package you select, you shall also have several gbs of dedicated memory for them. Memcached can reduce the hosting server load by lowering the number of queries which need to be handled since it caches database calls and responses. You'll be able to use it on any website that uses an API or a database - for example, any website developed with WordPress or Joomla. Varnish can easily boost the performance of any kind of website by caching whole pages the first time a guest opens them. The accelerator delivers the pages if the exact same visitor opens them later on and since it does that faster than the server, the website visitor shall be able to look through your Internet site at least several times faster. That's why Varnish is occasionally categorised as an HTTP reverse proxy. Node.js is a sophisticated platform that'll enable you to develop booking websites, web chats and other apps where real-time server-user interaction is necessary. It processes the information in small pieces as the user fills different boxes and doesn't wait for all boxes to be filled and processed as one sizeable piece of information, which makes Node.js way quicker than similar applications.