Do you have an eCommerce site using Magento?
Is your Magento site suffering performance problems?
Do you need highly reliable hosting?
We host Magento websites in a flexible, secure and dedicated environment that allows for expansion if your site grows.
We specialize in Magento performance and generally achieve huge jumps in speed simply through hosting your site using our specialized hosting software stack, optimized to serve pages quickly even under fluctuating loads.
Some of the technologies that we use in hosting and accelerating a Magento site are:
- Internal caching to make page load times faster
- Strategic use of Magento settings
- Expiry times on static assets so they are cached by browsers and ISPs
- Moving JS files and images to the cloud
- Use of compression on larger files
- PHP acceleration techniques
- Appropriate image encoding and compression
- Ability to respond to peak loads (eg TV or media coverage)
- Use of a CDN to offload processing (optional)
We can do an initial analysis on your site and suggest what could be done to improve performance; if you’d like us to do this for you please get in touch.
So you’re able to focus on making money with your site, there are some other critical things that we just make happen so they’re there when you need them:
- System snapshots to enable rapid recovery
- Rotating backups, with a retained history over time
- Off-server storage of backups, stored in a high reliability system
- System updates
- Urgent security updates for the operating system
- Professional system management – both proactive and reactive
- Background automated maintenance
- Alerting system which tells us when your site has problems
For some reference sites, and to find out what we could do for you, get in touch with us for an obligation-free chat.
More detailed information including solutions for typical Magento problems:
Making your Magento eCommerce site fast
Why there’s no substitute for Magento Full Page Caching
Clickfrenzy or Clickfail – How to keep a large traffic site online under killer loads
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