It ‘s look a very difficult task but I will help you to make it simple in Using varnish to speed up magento. Now let ‘s go.
- Magento is very extensive and complex
- There are a lot of extensions of varying quality
- This can cause shops to become too slow
- Which impacts turnover
- Better hardware
- Reduce number of extensions
- Dont use Magento! 🙂
Request normal and request via Varnish
1. Request normal
2. Request via Varnish
As you see:
- User makes request
- Varnish passes request to Magento
- Varnish saves response in memory
- And serves it to the user
And what happen next time if the cache hit?
It ‘s so nice to have the system like this. It should make the magento site work really fast with response time < 100ms
Of course, there are some pages what we can’t cache like logged page, personal page, cart page. In this time the page load will be back to normal without cache.
Well, we talk too much. Let ‘s focus on the practice how to use varnish. If you have your own hosting/server and your server support varnish cache. You can consider some useful links what can make varnish work well
But there are some hosting/server provider with advance optimise varnish cache they can provide the extension for magento what work even faster the general extension. In this case, you can check SiteGround Magento Hosting with GrowBig or GoGeek package. They will provide back end varnish and the SiteGround Varnish extension for magento to install and integrate varnish to your magento quite simple.
If you want more magento hosting solutions you can check our article about best magento host solutions.
Welcome any comment!
8 responses to “Using varnish to speed up magento”
It has become a normal routine that varnish never works with Magento even in their every updates.
Maaz Test 126.96.36.199 Magento (Default) with Phoneix Page Cache Plugin (Git Version). But he didn’t found any cookies set. Without Cookies Set form_key is not work properly in Magento. Finally he compatible Varnish with Magento 1.9.x here: http://www.cloudways.com/blog/how-to-make-varnish-cache-work-with-magento-1-9/
Thanks Fahad, we will consider to update it to our article to make it more useful.
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