Memcached in Cloud Hosting
Memcached is offered as an upgrade with each cloud hosting account that we’re offering and if you’d like to use it for any script-based site that you host on our leading-edge cloud platform, you’ll be able to enable it in a couple of easy steps via your Hepsia hosting Control Panel. During the process, you’ll be given the option to upgrade two separate things – the instances and the system memory. The first one is related to the number of the sites that can use the Memcached content caching system simultaneously, so if you need it for several sites, you can get a handful of instances. The second one has to do with the total amount of memory that Memcached will be able to use in order to cache info, so for numerous websites (or for one popular site), you should order more memory for improved performance. The memory is available in increments of 16 MB and more memory can be ordered at any moment. With Memcached, every script-driven site hosted on our servers will load lightning-fast.
Memcached in Dedicated Servers
You can make use of the full potential of Memcached with every dedicated server offered by our company if you choose Hepsia as your Control Panel. A section in it is dedicated to the distributed memory caching system and you can begin using Memcached for any site hosted on the machine with only a couple of clicks. You can enhance the performance of any site, irrespective of what script-driven web app you rely on or how heavy the Internet site is, since the minimum amount of system memory that Memcached will be able to employ is three gigabytes and this amount grows significantly with the higher-end dedicated servers. Soon after the caching system is enabled, it will start caching information each time somebody browses your website, so, once enough data has been stored, you’ll perceive the reduced server load and the enhanced performance of your website. The Memcached caching system is used by plenty of sites, including famous portals like Zynga, Reddit and Wikipedia, which verifies the effectiveness of the Memcached system.