One of the first solutions to achieve faster load times of your WordPress CMS is to decrease the size of your page.The simplest method to reduce the size of your website, and improve the time to first render of your web pages, is to enable GZIP compression. Enabling GZIP compression on your server can significantly reduce the amount of time to download the requested resource. Today we will show you how to enable GZIP compression on WordPress.
We’ll show you, How to Speed up and Optimize WordPress. Doesn’t matter if you are running a small blog or a high-traffic website based on WordPress, optimizing your WordPress should be one of your top priorities. Page speed is so important today that even Google’s ranking algorithm has been adapted to this. Moreover, a slow site means less visitors and that is the main reason you should be concerned about. In this post, we will do an overview of some of the key optimization techniques that could help your to get the best performances of your WordPress site and your Linux VPS.
We’ll show you, How to Speed Up Magento. Magento is a very popular and feature rich open source e-commerce web application. Magento is fully customizable and ready to meet the user’s requirements, allowing them to create and launch a fully functional online store in minutes. Magento is known as a ‘heavy’ eCommerce solution and if not set up properly, it can be slow. Most of the CMS or eCommerce platforms like Magento and WooCommerce have issues with speed and their performance is degrading over time. In this tutorial, we will share some tips and tricks on how you can improve the performance of your Magento based eCommerce store.
We’ll show you how to repair a MySQL database ane, how to optimize MySQL database and tables. We will talk about mysqlcheck which is a maintenance command line tool that allows you to check, analyze, repair, and optimize MySQL/MariaDB tables and databases. Repairing MySQL database is not complicated process, just follow the steps bellow carefully.
SuiteCRM is a fork of the popular open source SugarCRM Community Edition.
To install SuiteCRM on an Ubuntu VPS follow the very easy steps described below.
Today we will show you how to improve the performance of your website with APC and memcached.
APC stands for Alternative PHP Cache and it is an open source solution if you like to speed-up your website. APC caches the output of compiled PHP code and stores the result in shared memory.
Memcached on the other hand, stores arbitrary data such as strings and objects that come up as a result from API, database calls etc. It is open source as well and it is intended for improving the performance of your website.
The installation of APC and memcahed is very simple and usually takes 10-15 minutes to be completed. This guide will show you how to do that on a Linux VPS.
In this post, we will show you how to install mod_ruid2 on a CentOS 6 VPS with a DirectAdmin control panel. mod_ruid2 is a suexec module for Apache which takes advantage of POSIX.1e capabilities to increase performance and allows all requests to a domain to run as the domain owner instead of as the Apache user.
Once deployed, you will be able to monitor your virtual servers and the services running on them.
Nagios3 is a robust and very powerful monitoring system, which in combination with Check_MK will provide you with a nice and easy way to monitor your virtual servers and services.
Using ngx_pagespeed you can significantly speed-up your websites without needing to tune or change your web-applications.
How is this possible?