We’ve added a pair of Site Acceleration Tools to your Online Control Panel to help you to easily optimize the online efficiency of your sites. You will not have to alter anything at all within the back–end code or try to make special configurations that demand technical know–how on your part. In the Online Control Panel, just choose the application you would like to take advantage of – Varnish, Node.js, and Memcached and make an instance for it. It’s all finished with a click. By quickening your websites, you won’t only prevent your website visitors from being required to wait but can even make your site get better positions in search engine rankings.
You can find the Site Acceleration Tools in the Advanced Tools area of the Online Control Panel.
RAM–memorizing instead of database requests
Assuming you have a data base–loaded website or web application, and if data–base queries frequently reduce the effectiveness, this could be really annoying to the web–site visitors and the app users. Looking for an answer usually can require a considerable amount of time. However, in the Tew Crazee Online Control Panel, you can find a resolution for you.
Memcached is a simple, yet highly effective distributed memory caching system, that memorizes data and objects in the RAM. By doing this, the database–saved info on your site will not need to be loaded each time a visitor opens the same page.
RAM–saving rather than HTTP calls
You will discover multiple different methods to increase the speed of a site, but most of these need a coder to edit the code. Fortunately, there are more simple–to–use solutions for quickening a website, like the Varnish website accelerator instrument included in our Online Control Panel.
Varnish is an HTTP accelerator, which keeps HTTP queries within the RAM and sends them to the site visitor rather than waiting around for the hosting server to return them. Tests indicate that applying Varnish on a site or a web app typically increases website speeds with a 300 – 1000x factor. Varnish may well also be configured how to deal with inward calls – if they ought to be delivered by Varnish, by the server, etc.
Intended for building fast and adaptable web apps
Web programmers can use Node.js for the purpose of creating various cutting–edge and also economical tools like enterprise statistics, real time web applications and website CMS, to mention a few. It’s turbo fast and adaptable and is supported by an engaged online community that helps to keep improving and supporting it.