SiteGround Applies the QUIC Protocol: Beats Cloudflare!

SiteGround recently announced last month, that they officially support QUIC - the improvement to HTTP/2. This allows faster simultaneous connections for multiple resources that don't suffer from what is called "Head of Line Blocking" or HOLB. This makes SiteGround one of the first web hosts to offer … [Read more...]

Amazon AWS is Bad for Your Website: Here’s Why

Imagine this scenario: You've set up your site with AWS. Properly configured all the moving parts, created the connections between them, optimized your buckets, protocols, SSL certificates and CDN. It's been running fine for months. Then one morning you wake up blurry-eyed, only to find your site … [Read more...]

Shared Hosting Cache: Hosts that Offer Server Caching

You can have caching on shared hosting in two ways - via a plugin, or through the server itself. Server caching is faster. With WordPress for instance, examples of cache plugins are W3 Total Cache, WP Super Cache, and WP Rocket Cache. Server-based caching however, is implemented directly on the … [Read more...]