Cache Breaking WordPress Plugins

Plugins that prevent caching limit the performance of your website, and reduce the scalability. It is also usually unnecessary, as there are techniques that can be applied to provide the same functionality, without preventing your pages from being cached. This article provides an overview of plugins in the WordPress repository […]

How to setup Drupal Cron Jobs

To improve performance in Drupal, we recommend disabling the built-in cron system in Drupal and run cron on the server side instead. This will offload the website and may cause significant improvements to the TTFB (Time to first Byte). You may still receive email messages regarding cron jobs if an […]

Development mode

By default, Servebolt enables a static cache for CSS, JavaScript and images. If you are actively developing your website and want to see the changes you make, it’s not smart to not cache static content. For this purpose, we have a “Development mode” available. Development mode is easily activated through […]

Do you have VPS?

No, we do not run VPSes. The reason is that VPSes are slow by design. We care about performance, and are therefore running high performance shared hosting. Shared hosting is slow you say? Try us, running a bolt will blow your mind. Sign up for a 100% free test and […]

How much RAM do you get?

We do not mention RAM in our pricing, and there is a good reason for it. It simply doesn’t matter, since we make sure it’s enough. Our servers are configured with 64 to 128 GB RAM, depending on the rest of the server configuration. memory_limit is what matters Our plans […]