Posts tagged with "performance"

Webinar: Use Xdebug to profile PHP

5.8.2020

During the COVID-19 outbreak in spring 2020, we cancelled all of our on-site trainings and replaced them with free webinars that proved to be very po...

Webinar: Dismantle WordPress Performance Bottlenecks

27.5.2020

We recently hosted a webinar focusing on cache, more specifically what a WordPress developer should know about caching. One of the things in that web...

PCIe-NVMe – Faster than SSD

14.5.2020

Most people working with computers have first-hand experience of working with solid-state drives that are dramatically faster than the traditional ha...

Spring Clean WordPress to Make It Secure and Faster

18.2.2020

Over time, even well-maintained WordPress sites tend to accumulate some cruft: excess files, unused plugins, unnecessary database contents, and logs ...

Make Your Site Faster with Caching

25.9.2019

Cache is one of those things you often hear about but might never see explained anywhere. We decided it was time to write a quick guide about the dif...

Upgrade to PHP 7.3 for better performance and security

25.6.2019

If you are running WordPress on any ancient PHP version older than 5.6, I have some bad news for you: as of WordPress version 5.2, the minimum PHP ve...

Tideways discount available for Seravo’s customers

11.6.2019

Tideways is a service for profiling and analyzing PHP code performance. While Seravo's servers are incredibly fast, sometimes WordPress site develope...

300% faster WordPress load times with transients

7.9.2018

Did you know that WordPress has a built-in caching system called transients? They are easy to use and extremely effective when used correctly. In thi...