A web accelerator is a server-side program that speeds up a website. Such a piece of software can operate in different ways depending upon the site content, but in the general situation all such programs cache content and deliver it instead of the hosting server. That's valid for both static and dynamic websites since the cached content can be simple text or database responses and the reward of using a web accelerator isn't just the faster loading website, but also the reduced overall load on the web server. This way, you can employ a lower-end hosting solution that'll also cost less while your site visitors can still enjoy superior browsing speeds. Few service providers offer web accelerators with their hosting packages and they typically offer just one, while we offer three different ones that will enable you to boost the performance of any type of website tremendously.

Web Accelerators in Web Hosting

If you purchase one of our web hosting plans, you'll have 3 popular web accelerators at your disposal and you will be able to access them directly using the Hepsia CP that is included with our packages. Varnish is one of the most widely used ones and it could significantly accelerate any website since it caches the web pages that a site visitor opens for the first time and provides them every time that guest opens them again. Because Varnish works faster than any server, the loading speed of any Internet site using the accelerator will increase significantly. Memcached is used to cache database and API calls and responses between a site visitor and a hosting server, so it's much like Varnish, but is used largely for database-driven Internet sites. Considering that the site will connect to its database way less, the overall server load will be decreased considerably. The last accelerator, Node.js, is employed for scalable online programs like chats and booking sites because it processes data in real time the instant it is entered on the website by the users. Based on the package you select, these accelerators may be available or might be an optional upgrade.