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In the world of web development, performance is paramount. As developers, we constantly seek ways to optimize our applications, ensuring a seamless user experience that keeps visitors returning for more. One of the most effective techniques for achieving lightning-fast web app performance is caching, and when it comes to caching, Memcached is a widely recognized and trusted solution. If you’re using DigitalOcean to host your applications, you’re in luck! This blog post will introduce you to the most reliable, powerful, and easy way to use Memcached on DigitalOcean: MemCachier.
In this tutorial, you’ll install WordPress as a 1-Click Droplet on DigitalOcean. You’ll then install the W3 Total Cache WordPress plugin and configure it to use Memcached with SASL authentication, using a Memcached-compliant cache provisioned by MemCachier. By the end of the tutorial, you will have a fully functional WordPress site running on DigitalOcean with enhanced performance thanks to the W3 Total Cache plugin and Memcached.
In this tutorial, you’ll install WordPress on AWS Lightsail. You’ll then install the W3 Total Cache WordPress plugin and configure it to use Memcached with SASL authentication, using a Memcached-compliant cache provisioned by MemCachier. By the end of the tutorial, you will have a fully functional WordPress site running on Amazon Lightsail with enhanced performance thanks to the W3 Total Cache plugin and Memcached.
Debugging a Memcached cache can be challenging. A cache often seems like a black box, cumbersome to view its contents and complicated to evaluate its performance. MemCachier’s advanced analytics tools enable you to troubleshoot, optimize and monitor your memcache so you can cache effectively with confidence.
One-click applications are also known as Marketplace images.
This tutorial will walk you through the steps of creating a simple WordPress One-Click application on DigitalOcean and then adding Memcache to prevent or alleviate a performance bottleneck.
Page load times are an essential factor in Google’s ranking algorithm. So ensuring landing pages load as quickly as possible is critical for SEO. ClickMechanic uses MemCachier to speed up thousands of landing pages by caching entire pages as well as composable page components to speed up on-demand page generation.
In recent month our analytics dashboard has received a fresh new look. More than just the surface has changed though, the whole stack has been re-engineered from scratch. This new stack allowed us to add several new features such as more comprehensive metrics and the ability to set alerts. Now we are finally ready to introduce the first advanced feature our new analytics stack can offer: cache introspection.
Want to deploy a Ruby on Rails application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk that is ready to scale? We’ll explore how to set up your Elastic Beanstalk environment, hook it up to a database, deploy your application, and finally how to use Memcache to speed it up.
We’ll walk you through creating the application from start to finish, but you can view the finished product source code here.