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Varnish and Alpha Hosting

Having a website that loads quickly is critical to your success online. The faster your site loads the better your conversion rates and search engine rankings will be. Using a fast web host, like Alpha Hosting, is one way to help your site run quickly. Another is to setup a web application accelerator, also known as caching. Varnish is one of the most powerful caching solutions ever created. Especially when it comes to speeding up the delivery of dynamic content that may change from visitor to visitor. It’s even the default caching solution in Magento 2. Our focus on ecommerce at Alpha Hosting means we provide fully supported solutions for Varnish. Contact our sales team today to get started.


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Learn More About Varnish

Varnish is a web application accelerator which is more commonly known as caching. Caching is a process where incoming requests, or visitors, to your website are served saved versions of your website content. This reduces the load on your server from having to assemble the page each time a request comes in.

Varnish speeds up your site by caching versions of your pages and sending those versions to your visitors faster than the web server can. Varnish can increase the load speeds of a site by factors of 300 - 1000x. To configure Varnish you use the VCL, or Varnish Configuration Language. This allows you to set what types of content are cached and under what circumstances.

How Varnish Benefits My Site

The primary benefit Varnish is to speed up the load time of your site. There are other benefits to running Varnish. Varnish helps your site maintain that speed as your traffic increases. This is especially important during your peak seasons. Running Varnish also means fewer requests are handled by the web server. Meaning you need less hardware. Less hardware means less power consumption, and that's good for the environment.