Varnish is a HTTP caching proxy server which can be used to radically improve the response time of your website.
Sulu is bundled with a “soft” caching proxy, the Symfony Http Cache, but using Varnish is a more optimal solution for a large website, especially if it has lots of traffic.
Since AEM 6.0, AEM provides an OOTB in-memory HTTP cache for anonymous requests with a 60sec TTL.
Please evaluate if this simple cache is sufficient before using this HTTP cache.
This guide is an introduction to speeding up your Rails application with caching.
Caching means to store content generated during the request-response cycle and to reuse it when responding to similar requests.
It’s good to know there’s an easy way to do this - this article will explain you how, as well as showing how to use Magento’s block cache.
This guide will teach you the scope and purpose of each one of them.
As a side-note, check out the Quafzi performance-tweaks module and slides - it caches static blocks and has heaps of other performance improvements.
To add caching functionality to your block, add the following code to your block class: : Make a clean sweep of commons Magento cache_lifetime workarounds usage Note: setting the cache lifetime to 0 is very bad because it causes caches to be written to disk*, but they will never be used because the cache invalidates instantly.
Because of the vast number of CDN providers with different APIs, Sitefinity CMS does not support an out-of-the-box solution for clearing items from the CDN provider when changing or deleting blob items.
To resolve this, you can set an appropriate cache duration for the library (browser caching section).