Memcached is a data caching platform, which has been gaining popularity lately thanks to its effectiveness. It’s used to cache calls and responses between a database and the app that uses it, which can enhance the performance of your Internet site and reduce the created load drastically. Anytime a webpage on an app-driven site is visited, the application connects to the database and "asks" what info should be shown, and then pulls it. With Memcached, these procedures are skipped, as the platform has already cached all of the content that should show up on a given webpage. When any data is edited, the Memcached content is ‘refreshed’ as well, so the site visitors will never see out-of-date content. The platform is an ideal solution for any website that lures lots of viewers, as it will make it load much faster and will enhance the user experience.
Memcached in Cloud Hosting
You can make use of the Memcached object caching system with all Linux cloud hosting
that we offer. It is offered as an upgrade, which you can acquire with just a couple of clicks of the mouse from your Hepsia website hosting Control Panel. It requires an extension, which is already installed on our cloud platform, so you can start using the Memcached caching system as soon as you add it. The upgrade is separated into two parts, which will offer you more freedom depending on the websites that you wish to use it for. The first part determines the number of the websites that will use the Memcached caching system, or the ‘instances’, while the second one is related to the memory, in other words – to how much content Memcached will be able to cache. You can add more memory in increments of 16 megabytes and the more memory you’ve ordered, the more content will be cached, which may be a good idea for traffic-heavy sites with very large databases and lots of visitors. Thus, you can boost the loading speed of every script-powered Internet site hosted on our servers with no effort.
Memcached in Semi-dedicated Hosting
You can get Memcached as an optional upgrade with each of our Linux semi-dedicated hosting
and since it works with any script-driven application, you can use it for every site that you host on our semi-dedicated servers, irrespective of what application you have used – Mambo, Joomla™
or WordPress, a custom-built application, etc. You can add the upgrade via the respective section of the Hepsia hosting Control Panel from which you manage your semi-dedicated server account, and you can choose two separate features – the instances and the amount of system memory that they will use. Basically, these things define how many Internet sites will use Memcached and the amount of system memory that the system will be able to use in order to store your info. The two features are ordered independently for more flexibility and one instance does not come with a fixed amount of memory. You can take advantage of Memcached with any type of site and both you and the site visitors will quickly spot the difference in the performance.
Memcached in Dedicated Servers Hosting
Memcached comes for free with all Linux dedicated servers hosting
offered by our company and the one and only condition is that the dedicated machine must be ordered with the Hepsia hosting Control Panel. You can use the distributed memory object caching system for any database-powered website, including those based on widely used web apps – for example, a WordPress personal weblog or a Joomla™
-powered social networking website. Each server comes with a particular amount of memory that Memcached can employ, but the minimum you will get is 3 gigabytes, which is quite enough to accelerate extremely heavy sites greatly, as this memory will be dedicated to storing the cached information. The Memcached system will start caching information once it is enabled, so soon thereafter, you’ll note the optimized performance of your Internet sites and the lowered load on the dedicated machine. Plenty of Internet sites use the Memcached caching system to enhance their efficacy, among them famous ones like Reddit and Wikipedia.