Speed up your site with caching services
Caching reduces the delay of data traveling from a server to the user. Your computer’s RAM, for example, is a caching system that spares your running programs from needing to access the hard drive thousands or even millions of times during execution. Web caching on the Internet works similarly; it prevents a round trip to the original server (which could be on the other end of the world) every time the user requests a resource.
Web caches operate between the web server and the clients’ browser, where they can save copies of resources (HTML pages, images, scripts, stylesheets, etc.) as they pass them on. When a client requests one of these resources, the web cache can return it itself instead of forwarding the request to the web server.
When the speed of your website is related to commercial success you will probably want to monitor it closely. Having DigiState as your partner, guarantees capable and committed engineers always improving accessibility and speed of your website. Speed equals satisfied customers and better ranking in search engines.