Comparing ModSecurity Performance in Apache, nginx, and LiteSpeed
LiteSpeed QUIC and HTTP/3 Library v4.0March 8th, 2023
LiteSpeed’s QUIC and HTTP/3 library gets its first major feature enhancement release after a stable and performant 2-year run: lsquic v4.0.Read More
Customized Cache Tags With LSCWP APIMarch 6th, 2023
Use customized cache tags with LSCWP API to group WordPress pages in your own way and purge together with a unique custom triggering event.Read More
WordPress Cloud Image FAQFebruary 6th, 2023
This OpenLiteSpeed and WordPress Cloud Image FAQ answers all of the common questions surrounding one-click images.Read More
LiteSpeed’s HTTP/3 implementation outperforms that of the hybrid nginx/quiche in a battery of tests.
We have designed a flexible QUIC benchmarking program and included a testing script for easy test automation.
We’ve put our new LiteSpeed Cache module for Drupal 8 to the test, comparing its performance to that of Apache with Varnish (Cachewall), and Apache with System Cache.
We put our new LSCache extension for Joomla to the test, comparing OpenLiteSpeed and LSCache to Apache and Joomla System Page Cache. These are the results.
We benchmarked OpenLiteSpeed, NGiNX, and Apache. We looked at how the three web servers handled a small static file and a simple PHP script, and then we evaluated their WordPress performance.
A WordPress site specializing in printable birthday cards and invitations needed a way to maximize their performance without introducing 3rd-party-plugin conflicts. See how they did it with LSCache!
Learn how to do a proper benchmark as a means of evaluating your own WordPress capabilities in a standardized way. We start with an environment, an understanding of what should happen (Benchmarking 101) and some questions.
You know how you can go on YouTube and find someone who knows almost nothing about the subject they are posting a video about? Well, benchmarking these days is kind of like that.