A web accelerator is a software that quickens an Internet site, usually by caching its content. There are many types of accelerators, but in the common case such programs cache static content or database responses and provide them instead of the hosting server, as a consequence increasing the performance of a site significantly. The latter can be done because accelerator apps work faster than a server and not simply will a website operate better, but the server load shall also decrease, which will allow you to run heavy Internet sites with less system resources. We offer 3 web accelerators with our hosting packages, which will allow you to accelerate any type of Internet site. In comparison, most Internet hosting businesses do not offer any web accelerators or offer just one, which limits your choice of web apps in the event that you want to use such software.
Web Accelerators in Shared Website Hosting
If you host your sites in a shared website hosting account from our company, you shall have three popular web accelerators to select from if you would like to boost the sites' functionality. Memcached is employed for database-driven Internet sites and it caches the calls and requests between a website and its database, so it can easily lessen the load of such Internet sites substantially. Varnish caches whole webpages the first time a visitor opens them and delivers them from there on if the same website visitor opens them again. It does that much more quickly than the server, so it can easily increase the loading speed of any site as much as 300%. Node.js is an object-oriented platform for real-time apps which works on the web server and not within the visitor's Internet browser. It is employed for accommodation booking, chats and other apps where plenty of data needs to be processed in real time. The availability of the accelerators depends upon the hosting plan that you select - they might come by default or as an upgrade. In each case, you shall be able to include more instances or more memory for each one of them.