Varnish is a data caching platform, which is occasionally called a caching HTTP reverse proxy. It’s a web accelerator that can boost the loading speed of a site by up to one thousand percent, based on the content itself. Whenever a visitor opens any page on a website that uses Varnish, the platform caches the page and delivers it instead of the web server in case the visitor loads it again. In this way, the web browser request from the visitor is not processed by the server and the web page will load considerably faster, as the Varnish platform can deliver information many times faster than any web server software. The end result is a substantially faster loading website, which means a much-improved visitor experience. When any of the cached web pages is updated on the live Internet site, the information that Varnish saves in its system memory is updated too, so the users will not see outdated information.

Varnish in Cloud Hosting

Varnish is offered as an optional upgrade with all our cloud hosting. You can add it to your hosting account through the Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which is available with all shared web hosting packages and you’ll get an exceptionally intuitive GUI, which will grant you complete control over the caching platform. Using one-click fast-access buttons, you can reboot or stop any of the instances, in other words – Varnish will no longer be activated for a specific site. You can also view a comprehensive log file or delete the cache associated with any of the websites. When you add Varnish to your web hosting plan, you will be able to select the maximum amount of memory that will be available to you for data caching purposes and how many websites will use Varnish. You can always order more memory in increments of 32 megabytes and, for top performance, you can get a dedicated IP address for the sites that will use Varnish. This will allow you to take full advantage of your Internet sites and to have plenty of satisfied website users.

Varnish in Semi-dedicated Servers

The semi-dedicated servers that we are offering will permit you to employ Varnish as soon as your brand-new semi-dedicated account has been opened, as the data caching platform is offered by default. 64 megabytes of system memory will be assigned to Varnish the second your account is activated, so you can make use of this load balancing software as soon as your site has been published to the web. If you are in need of more system memory, you can get 32 megabytes at a time from the Upgrades section of the Hepsia hosting Control Panel and it will be allocated to your semi-dedicated machine straight away. You can also increase the number of the websites that use Varnish, or the so-called ‘instances’, which are not directly tied to the amount of memory that you use, which means that you’ll have more freedom. The platform will considerably lower the load on the server that your sites produce, so your visitors can enjoy fast-opening pages. You’ll be able to manage the Varnish platform without effort through your Hepsia Control Panel using quick-access buttons. You’ll be able to start/cancel any of the instances that you’ve got, to clear the cache for any of your Internet sites or to see system logs.

Varnish in Dedicated Servers

If you want a powerful website hosting solution and you get any of the dedicated servers that we’re offering, you will be able to use the Varnish platform to optimize the work of your sites at no additional cost on the condition that the dedicated server is ordered with our cutting-edge Hepsia Control Panel. Its easy-to-navigate graphical interface will permit you to keep track of system processes, to delete the cached contents or to restart any instance with a click. The minimal amount of system memory that the platform can use to cache content is 3 GB, which is more than enough for an immense collection of traffic-consuming sites, so your server will be able to cope with a massive load while your website visitors are having a smooth browsing experience. Since your server will include a number of dedicated IPs, you’ll be able to use Varnish’s maximum potential.