QUIC Interop events are meant to find bugs in different implementations. This one was hosted by Google in Zurich, Switzerland. Here’s what happened.
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
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?
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.