Experience the LiteSpeed Difference
The LiteSpeed Web Server is a highly scalable PHP web server with high performance and low memory consumption. It is built based on the best practices of the PHP hosting, utilizing the benefits of both Apache and NGINX implementations, and integrating its own optimizations.
The feature-rich structure of the LiteSpeed application server includes the following specifics:
- An event-driven architecture (like NGINX) consumes fewer resources than Apache process-based model, ensuring better performance with minimum memory and CPU usage
- Full compatibility with commonly used Apache features including mod_rewrite, .htaccess, and mod_security
- Individual optimization for the most popular hosting platforms (e.g. WordPress, Magento, Drupal, Joomla, etc.)
- Provides a secure, efficient, and scalable server for the PHP hosting in the cloud.
- According to our benchmark tests, the LiteSpeed performance capacity varies from just a few times up to ten times higher than the main competitors such as Apache and NGINX web servers.
Powerful LSCache for Dynamic Content
PHP LSAPI is faster than PHP/FPM. Static files - 4X-6X faster than Apache. LSCache - 100X faster Game changer
Handle Tons of Concurrent Users
Event driven architecture same as nginx. No rapid drop off above 100-200 concurrent users.
Triple the Server Capacity, Reduce Hardware & Support Cost
Perfectly compatible with Apache - Installing LiteSpeed is more than easy for system administrators because it requires a single command and configuration of the path to the Apache HTTPd.conf file. After doing this, your website will not only function with Apache but also with LiteSpeed. There are no other code customizations or site alterations you need to make.
Highly effective – Essentially, LiteSpeed offers the reach of speeds that are unheard of while also utilizing less CPU power and RAM, which means that this is one of the best if not the best server technologies. If you own a busy website, you wouldn’t like to spend ungodly amounts of money for a regular webserver, would you?
Great for static content – static content is where LiteSpeed has no competition in the whole world. Benchmark scores prove that LSWS is five times faster than Apache. Nginx is not even close to beating the LSWS. The difference between them is around 67% in favor of LiteSpeed.
Lightning-fast PHP processing – LSWS might be the fastest in terms of static content while also taking the crown for being the best in processing PHP scripts. Nowadays, nearly every website utilizes PHP, of course with some exceptions, which means that the boost in terms of speed won’t meet rejection. If words are not convincing, we will talk in numbers. The average Apache web server is around 40 times slower when it comes to processing PHP code.
Enhanced security – To stay safe from web attacks, LSWS supports mod_security rules, and let’s not forget about the built-in DDoS protection system.
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