Memcached in Shared Hosting
You can make use of Memcached with all shared hosting services offered by our company. It is offered as an optional upgrade, which you can activate with only a few mouse clicks through your Hepsia web hosting Control Panel. It requires a PHP extension, which is pre-installed on our cloud web hosting platform, so you can begin using Memcached once you order it. The upgrade is separated into two parts, which will offer you more flexibility depending on the Internet sites that you would like to use it for. The first one specifies the number of the websites that will use the Memcached caching system, or the so-called ‘instances’, whereas the second one refers to the memory, i.e. to how much content Memcached will be able to cache. You can order more system memory in increments of 16 megabytes and the more memory you have, the more data will be cached, which may be a quite good idea for frequently visited sites with large databases and plenty of visitors. Thus, you can optimize the overall performance of any script-powered Internet site hosted on our servers without efforts.
Memcached in Semi-dedicated Hosting
You can add the Memcached caching platform to any of the Linux semi-dedicated hosting that we offer and make use of its full capacity for any script-driven website hosted by us. The upgrade is accessible through the Hepsia Control Panel and you can select two features – the instances and the system memory. These things determine how many sites can use Memcached and how much memory it will use to store your content. You can select them separately, since one instance is not bound to a specific amount of system memory, so you can use lots of memory for a single large-sized website, for instance. This feature is available in increments of 16 MB and you can order as much memory as you like. The Memcached platform can be used with any script-driven website irrespective of its type, including those based on widely used web-based apps like WordPress, Joomla™ or Drupal™, and a lot of companies such as Wikipedia and Zynga are already using it to accelerate the speed of their sites.
Memcached in VPS
Memcached is available by default with all Linux VPS services ordered with our in-house developed Hepsia Control Panel. The extension it requires in order to perform correctly is compiled when the server is configured, so you can begin using the object caching platform once your brand new VPS is fully ready. The memory that Memcached can employ depends on the particular Virtual Private Server plan, but even with the less powerful plans, several hundred megabytes will be at your disposal exclusively for this platform. This will allow you to enhance the overall performance of multiple sites hosted on the VPS server simultaneously and to reduce the load on the virtual machine even if you’ve got popular script-based online portals with many visitors. The platform can be used with any script – Mambo, Drupal™ or Joomla™, or a custom script, and you will notice the better overall performance soon after you begin using it.
Memcached in Dedicated Hosting
Memcached is available for free with all Linux dedicated hosting that we offer and the one and only condition is that the server must be ordered with the Hepsia Control Panel. You can use the content caching system for any database-powered website, including those based on popular web-based apps – for example, a WordPress online journal or a Joomla™-driven community web portal. Each server is tied to a specific amount of memory that Memcached can use, but the minimum you will get is three gigabytes, which is sufficient enough to increase the load speed of extremely heavy websites seriously, as this very memory will be dedicated to storing the cached information. The system will start storing data the moment it’s activated, so shortly after that, you’ll distinguish the enhanced overall performance of your Internet sites and the decreased load on the dedicated machine. Plenty of websites use the Memcached system to boost their effectiveness, among them famous ones like Wikipedia and Reddit.