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Redundant Scalable Cloud Hosting

In professional e-commerce, redundancy and scalability are characteristics of highly available systems. Put simply, redundancy describes a scenario in which instances of important components such as the database are duplicated to ensure the availability of the entire infrastructure in the case of a failure. In the event of a malfunction, the reserve instance can intervene and take over the function. Scalability, on the other hand, offers a flexible increase in capacity as demand increases (e.g. the number of visitors to...

WordPress WooCommerce Maganto Varnish AWS Hosting

The success of a website (especially in e-commerce) depends on fast loading times of less than one second. This increases user experience and creates optimal conditions for conversion. A reverse proxy such as Varnish, which was developed as an HTTP accelerator, is an optimal help when it comes to performance on the web and the best way to counter a large number of visitors and the increasing complexity of your own website. The noticeably reduced loading time with Varnish also...

User Experience Pagespeed E-Commerce Cloud Hosting

You may know this: You are looking online for a certain product and have apparently found the right online shop via a search engine, which can fulfill your wishes. But the e-commerce website loads too slowly. It takes a few seconds for the first text and images to appear. The joy of learning more about the product decreases, because your feeling forces you to doubt the professionalism of the online shop: If the operator is not even able to achieve

Content Delivery Network CDN Cloud Hosting

The geographical proximity between server and client is a key factor for the performance of an e-commerce website. An online shop can have a different loading time depending on the location of the server and the customer. If, for example, the server is located in the AWS data center in Frankfurt, but customers in North America and Southeast Asia are also served, this can lead to significantly longer loading times for users outside Europe. The solution to this problem is...

Pagespeed E-Commerce Cloud Hosting

It is generally accepted that the loading time of a website is one of the key factors for success in e-commerce. Accordingly, the page load of a website has an immense impact on SEO and SEM, but above all on general user experience and ultimately on revenue. Slow websites have a much lower conversion rate and a higher bounce rate. Essentially, long loading times lead to poorer user experience, which means that users leave the shop because nobody has the...

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