Varnish in Cloud Web Hosting
If you host your websites in a cloud web hosting account with our company, you’ll be able to activate Varnish with a couple of clicks of the mouse via your hosting Control Panel. The data caching platform is offered as an optional upgrade with all our shared packages and you can choose how many sites will use it and the total amount of system memory that will be available for the cached data. The two upgradeable features in the Upgrades section of the Control Panel are the amount of system memory and the number of instances and they aren’t linked directly to each other, so you can choose if you want a lot of memory for one large website or less memory for several smaller ones. You can unleash the full potential of the Varnish caching platform if the websites use a dedicated IP address. With the Control Panel, you can effortlessly start/reboot/disable an instance, delete the cached content independently for each website which employs Varnish or check a detailed log file.
Varnish in Semi-dedicated Servers
All our semi-dedicated service include Varnish by default, so you can make use of the web app accelerator tool and accelerate the load speed of any site that you host on our semi-dedicated servers. You’ll get 64 MB of system memory dedicated to the Varnish accelerator at no additional fee and you’ll be able to activate an instance with no more than a couple of clicks via the Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which is included with the semi-dedicated packages. If you want more memory, the latter is available in increments of 32 MB in the Control Panel’s Upgrades section and it will be available to you straight away. You can also add more instances as a separate upgrade, so you can decide if a lot of content will be cached for a single website or if the available memory will be used by different sites. Hepsia will permit you to reboot or to disable any instance, to see the system log file for it or to delete the cached data using one-click controls. To take full advantage of Varnish, you can get a dedicated IP for the websites that will use it.
Varnish in VPS Servers
You can take full advantage of the workload balancing potential of Varnish with each of our Linux VPS hosting service when you select Hepsia as your hosting Control Panel. The Varnish data caching platform is available by default and the memory that it will be able to utilize to cache your site content depends upon the specific VPS plan that you have chosen, but even with the lower-end plans, you’ll have no less than several hundred megabytes of system memory at your disposal only for caching purposes. This amount is enough to optimize the performance of multiple websites. It will take a little time for you to notice the results, since Varnish caches the content that visitors browse, but soon after that you’ll notice the considerably less load on your VPS server and the improved website browsing speed. Varnish will allow you to use a less powerful Virtual Private Server package for Internet sites which would normally need a more costly web hosting service.
Varnish in Dedicated Servers
All dedicated service that are ordered with the in-house developed Hepsia website hosting Control Panel come with Varnish, which is one of the pre-installed platforms that you will get with the dedicated server. The Varnish data caching platform can be enabled and administered without effort from Hepsia’s simple-to-use interface and, with no more than one mouse click, you can browse a detailed system log, create or restart an instance, clear the cached data associated with any Internet site and much more. Shortly after you configure Varnish for a specific domain or sub-domain, it will start caching the web pages browsed by your website visitors and once it has cached enough web content, you will witness a tremendously better site performance in addition to a decreased server load. With Varnish-dedicated virtual memory starting at 3 GB, you’ll be able to use the software platform for workload distribution purposes even if you run an immense number of sites on the dedicated machine.