Memcached in Cloud Website Hosting
If you host script-powered sites in a cloud website hosting account with us, you can add the Memcached content caching system to your plan with only a couple of clicks of the mouse from your Hepsia hosting Control Panel. The upgrade will be available instantaneously and, since the required PHP extension is already installed on our leading-edge cloud website hosting platform, you can start using it straight away. To give you more versatility, we offer two different upgrades related to the number of instances (in other words – how many sites will use Memcached) and to the system memory that the Memcached caching system will use. The latter comes in increments of 16 megabytes and you can add memory as many times as you wish. Naturally, the more memory Memcached is allowed to use, the more data it will cache, so if you run a regularly visited website with lots of data, you may require more memory in order to be able to take full advantage of the power that Memcached can give you.
Memcached in Dedicated Web Hosting
Memcached comes free of charge with all Linux dedicated web hosting that we are offering and the only requirement is that the dedicated machine must be ordered with the Hepsia Control Panel. You can use the data caching system for any database-powered website, including those that are based on famous web apps – for instance, a WordPress personal weblog or a Joomla™-powered community site. Each dedicated server comes with a particular amount of memory that the Memcached caching system can employ, but the minimum you will get is 3 GB, which is quite enough to increase the loading speed of very heavy websites immensely, since this memory will be dedicated to storing the cached content. The Memcached system will begin storing content as soon as it is activated, so shortly after that, you will note the enhanced overall performance of your sites and the reduced load on your server. A lot of Internet sites use the Memcached system to increase their efficiency, including famous ones like Wikipedia and Reddit.