So as we figured out at the previous post the load testing is just as important for the site as attractive design and competent advertising.
Sudden surge of visitors exceeding the capabilities of the Web server can cost for companies tens and sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars. Therefore, it is worth caring of the server selection and its configurations from the early days of your website development.
There are many tricks to increase the speed of web pages loading.. In some cases it is possible to achieve productivity growth of 500%-600% using simple optimization techniques.
The best answer for the question “How will I force the site to run faster?” is to use caching.
ViSolve reveals quite interesting return on investment data if you have two caching servers.
Now we will try to understand how two different types of caching help to keep the server resources and reduce the response time of Web pages.
What is caching?