Common Website Performance Issues in Shared Hosting
Thousands of sites could be hosted on one physical server, and just one application could affect all other sites hosted on the server. Shared host providers must be diligent with monitoring and performance tuning on these servers to ensure that applications run smoothly and don’t have malware running on them. With the right tools, shared hosting providers can improve site performance for customers while boosting overall revenue.
Our credo has always been to make system admin life easier. Today we've compiled two simple video guides that will help you to identify the performance bottlenecks on your servers and on your customers' websites. Check out the video 🤓
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When your website performance fails, it’s usually an issue with the Content Management System (CMS) or a poorly optimized plugin, but how does a webmaster analyze the issue?
You could go through the code, disable plugins and even reinstall the CMS software, but these solutions could create downtime and root-cause analysis could still come up with nothing. Instead of tediously combing through web application code and plugins, CloudLinux PHP X-Ray lets you monitor and diagnose performance in CMS applications such as WordPress, Joomla, or Drupal without affecting uptime.
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