Fine Tune WordPress For Your Dedicated Server


WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) in use today. As a business owner, content publisher or web site developer getting the best performance from your WordPress site will be important to you.Increasing performance encourages visitors to return and engage more with your content or services.

Every WordPress site needs a host, and selecting the right hosting partner has always been a key starting point to success. Our VMware VPS Hosting solutions for Linux are built on the industry leading VMware ESXi & vSphere virtualization platform. AUSWEB’s VMware VPS Hosting offers the highest level of stability and performance available for virtualized environments.

But no matter how powerful your VPS hosting solution is, the key to real performance is fine-tuning the software stack makes up your WordPress site. There are many parts of the stack including the Apache web server, MySQL database, PHP, server side caching and WordPress itself that can all be adjusted so as to get the best performance possible. This article will show you how to Optimise WordPress for your VPS or Dedicated Server.

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