PHP and HTTP caching

by Danila Vershinin, September 16, 2017

I figure there isn’t much all-in-one information on the subject and this will be a constant draft with my findings. PHP 7 and caching headers PHP itself alters Cache-Control headers only when all conditions are true at the same time during request: session_start() has been called session.cache_limiter has default value of nocache It adds 3 […]


PHP OPcache (ex. Zend OPcache)

by Danila Vershinin, September 22, 2016

PHP is fast. But not when you use CMS with hundreds of small PHP files. WordPress, Magento, Joomla are all great examples of popular CMS solutions, but you can find their performance extremely slow. This is due to the fact, that PHP is interpreted language. Each time a website page is requested, all those files […]


Performance Stack for Single Server

by Danila Vershinin, March 21, 2016

We review best web performance stack for running Wordpress, Magento or any other heave CMS PHP application on a single server. The stack will allow you to run your site with excellent speed.