In the early 1980s, computer scientists began building 'the world wide web' - a network that allowed PCs to 'talk' to each other, and users could visit websites by physically entering their numeric address - numbers unique 32-bit assigned to each device or website - address known as the Internet Protocol Address System or IP address.
Internet is an infinite environment with over 5 billion users worldwide. Businesses have a fantastic opportunity to reach millions of potential customers around the world. The challenge now is how to deliver excellent web performance and fast user experiences, despite latency, poor internet connections and growing security threats.
Cache is King! A heavy traffic to a website can lead to performance issues, slower page speeds and, of course, fewer conversions. The most important thing a site owner should do after launching a website is to make sure that a proper caching policy is implemented, which will speed up every page loading.
The responsibility for securing a website lies with its owner. If personal data is lost as a result of a phishing attack, XSS, etc., any complaint will be directed against the owner of the platform, and the GDPR fines are not small.
Reducing CPU load can save you significant budgets that you would use to upgrade your hosting plan so that your platform works optimally for each user.