Varnish Plugin: Introducing HTTP Gun

The cPanel Varnish Plugin version 2.0.0 is out!

This new release sports mostly new features and some fixes. Get yours at http://www.unixy.net/varnish

If you’re looking for a high performance, fully managed, and highly reliable Varnish server then UNIXy is the definite team you want on your side. No one in the commercial hosting space has roots deeper in Varnish than we do. We have been offering Varnish to our clients and innovating in this space since 2008. We’re straight to the point, helpful, handy, and resourceful. Do consider our affordable Varnish server plans.

Introduction HTTP Gun

HTTP Gun is the most awaited feature of the Varnish Plugin. If you have a website that you seldom update (read 99% of websites on the web), then why do servers need to keep doing the same mundane work over, and over, and over again every time someone visits your website? Isn’t it smarter to cache the HTML in memory and let Varnish serve it out? Rhetorical question of course! But then, no one’s doing anything about it.

We most absolutely are thinking about these pesky issues day in day out and are delivering on the promise.

HTTP Gun

HTTP Gun

HTTP Gun puts this issue to rest. Caching your website means your server will:

  • Need less resources to run (save on $$$)
  • Handle more traffic (translates to $$$)
  • Publish your website at lightening speeds (better conversion, SERP, etc)
HTTP Gun. Aggressive Caching

HTTP Gun. Aggressive Caching

 

Malloc vs File

Another feature is the ability to switch to Varnish storage of type malloc (for memory-backed allocations). Now you can do so with a simple click and take advantage of the performance boost. But be sure to go through the varnish check list on this page

 

Malloc Varnish Plugin

Malloc Varnish Allocations

Upgrade to Varnish 3.0.5

Varnish release 3.0.5 addresses some stability and performance issues and so we have upgraded to 3.05 as well.

Enjoy!

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