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.
OpenLiteSpeed users should be familiar with the CGI executable lsphp. Now there is a module available: mod_lsphp. Learn about the pros and cons of switching to a module.
As the year draws to a close, we thought we’d take a moment to look back on our most memorable accomplishments of 2017.
This guide will walk you through the installation of three free and open source pieces of software: OpenLiteSpeed, WordPress, and LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress
Answer this fun little five-question quiz to find out your LiteSpeed Personality!
Learn how we go about making early product announcements, and how you can get them to come to you.
Soon we will be heading to Rust, Germany, to attend WHD.global in Europa-Park. After that, we will be on the next flight to Los Angeles, California, for HostingCon Global. Will you be there, too? Let’s meet up!
LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress version 18.104.22.168 includes some exciting User Interface changes that should simplify things for the administrator/user.
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.