Yet another post in my little series about getting the most bang for your buck, this time about making money (or not) from offering VPS (virtual private servers) hosting. Just a short introduction to the big bad world of web hosting and how to stand a chance making money with it.
Posts Tagged ‘Little Series’
This is a post about benchmarking nginx and varnish in my little series of getting the most performance for your buck, running nginx with varnish, apc and memcache for a WordPress website on a small VPS with 128MB RAM.
Following on from me trying to fit a WordPress install on a 128MB VPS while not sacrificing performance; I give you my rather comprehensive tutorial on how to install nginx with apc (php opt-code cache), varnish (caching proxy), wordpress and w3 cache.
Finally got a bit of time (OK, I have forced myself to take some time) to get my VPS WordPress dream config sorted out and wrap it up in a handy bash script so that I can roll it out across my clients websites easily.
After following various tutorials and picking certain peoples brains, I think I finally have arrived at the bees knees as they say (or do they?)!