There is more than one way to get LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress. How do you know which option is best for you? LiteSpeed Web Server or OpenLiteSpeed?
June 7th, 2021
If you tried QUIC.cloud previously, during our beta period, then we hope you will be pleasantly surprised by all of the exciting enhancements that we’ve implemented recently, including our own DNS service and a greatly expanded and improved network of global nodes.Read More
LiteSpeed 2019 in Review: Last year was a great year for the LiteSpeed community. We’d like to take a second and recap some of our proudest achievements of 2019.
If you are a DirectAdmin user (or are looking for an alternative to your current control panel), you’ll be happy to know that DirectAdmin supports both …
Dmitri chatted with FLOSS Weekly recently to discuss LSQUIC: LiteSpeed’s open source QUIC and HTTP/3 library.
Comparing ModSecurity Performance in Apache, nginx, and LiteSpeed
LiteSpeed’s HTTP/3 implementation outperforms that of the hybrid nginx/quiche in a battery of tests.
LiteSpeed products are immune to the recently announced PHP Exploit CVE-2019-11043.
LiteSpeed announces BBR congestion control in QUIC and HTTP/3. BBR can deliver sustained throughput performance even under suboptimal network conditions.
Speeding up your WordPress site requires a page cache. But choosing one can be difficult. There are so many options! Today, we’d like to help you …