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What WordPress is Made Of?                                                                                                ...
So What is the Problem?    1 Post View21 Static files (images, CSS, JS)                           10 PHP files  17 SQL Que...
#1: Content Delivery Network                http://blog.zamzar.com/tag/cloudfront/
#2: Local Cache                                        + Minification + GZIP + ETAG + …http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins...
#3: Optimize PHP                   Avoid System CallsOutput Buffering              Separate Static and Dynamic            ...
#4: Choose the Right Server And optimize configuration and remove  modules    http://www.modsecurity.org/projects/modsecu...
#5: Multiply the Web Servers
#6: Multiply Database Servers
#7: Tune MySQL Configuration   Tables types: InnoDB/MyISAM   Buffer Sizes   Thread Cache   Table Cache   Buffering  ...
#8: OS and Hardware Optimization
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  • WordPress Performance

    1. 1. info@dsero.com http://www.dsero.comThe Anti AdBlock Creators
    2. 2. How Complicated Can It Be?
    3. 3. What WordPress is Made Of? HardwareNetwork Apache MySQL Linux PHP http://www.perforce.com/blog/110607/how-do-they-do-it-googles-one-server-trick http://kleanpc.com/cms/services/linux-implementations/ http://www.w3resource.com/mysql/mysql-tutorials.php http://aserverblog.blogspot.co.il/2012/02/apache-releases-v2222-for-apache-http.html http://www.makemoneyinlife.com/make-money-with-php-scripts-and-programming.html http://www.glosecgroup.com/index.php?pid=2&menu=134&open=6&item_id=0&div=5
    4. 4. So What is the Problem? 1 Post View21 Static files (images, CSS, JS) 10 PHP files 17 SQL Queries 1MB traffic
    5. 5. #1: Content Delivery Network http://blog.zamzar.com/tag/cloudfront/
    6. 6. #2: Local Cache + Minification + GZIP + ETAG + …http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/w3-total-cache/
    7. 7. #3: Optimize PHP Avoid System CallsOutput Buffering Separate Static and Dynamic http://xcache.lighttpd.net/
    8. 8. #4: Choose the Right Server And optimize configuration and remove modules http://www.modsecurity.org/projects/modsecurity/nginx/index.htm http://www.619cloud.com/blog/5-essential-steps-for-hosting-wordpress/l
    9. 9. #5: Multiply the Web Servers
    10. 10. #6: Multiply Database Servers
    11. 11. #7: Tune MySQL Configuration Tables types: InnoDB/MyISAM Buffer Sizes Thread Cache Table Cache Buffering Connections http://www.farhanfaisal.com/2010/11/fine-tuning-apache-and-mysql-for-performance-and-security/
    12. 12. #8: OS and Hardware Optimization
    13. 13. info@dsero.com http://www.dsero.comJoin the Battle for the Blogosphere!

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