Cloud Loading Time Optimization

  

At present cloud has become one of the best platforms to for most of the business and the reason behind it is that it has been providing a lot more advantages for business and been helping in continuity. Moreover using cloud platform there are a lot of advantages for a business as well for an individual. So here at HostingRaja we provide highly secured and optimized cloud server with the latest security features.

 

So how does cloud optimization will drive higher quality user experience?

 

And the answer to this goes beyond speed. Because clear, fast loading page at the user's point of engagement is critical. But if you are having dynamic content with a variety of data and content sources, will achieve good speed. Because never tolerate slow or incomplete pages that take a longer time to load. And today, if you are a website, is down or 2 seconds or even if it takes 2 seconds more than your competitors then your visitors are losing patience with poor site performance.

 

The reason why the cloud is so attractive as a platform for a dynamic website is that it offers near-infinite scalability when compared to traditional server architecture. So by having better scalability, it will enable cloud-based websites infrastructure to handle virtually if there is any traffic spike, and bandwidth will be available on demand to deliver data-intensive dynamic experiences.

 

Follow this to optimize your cloud server:

 

Optimize Your Content

 

Today content is one of the important part of your server performance. And today there are plenty of useful and free online tools like Google's speed checker etc through that you can conduct a test and check your website loading time. Accordingly with the help of those tools you will get the output based on that you can improve both your back-end server setting and also the front end of your website configuration.

 

Compress Website Files

 

You can also reduce your website loading time by compressing your website files. Yes, by compressing your website files into the Gzip format can save as much as 70 percent of file size. Most of the time Gzip file option will already be enabled on your website so you need to check it first. Or if you want you can also use WordPress plugins such as WP Rocket or W3 Total Cache which can do the zipping. Moreover today if you are running a static website then it needs to add code to the .htaccess file where these details will be helpful for you.

 

Configure Apache Settings

 

If you are planning to optimize your cloud server then the very first place that you need to check is Apache. Because Apache can be one of the biggest barriers to server resources, if it is not configured properly. And today there are a lot of various apps like KeepAlive, MaxClients, StartServers etc that can be squeezed to provide a better performing server.

 

Minimize CSS

 

A cascading stylesheet is an external file that applies design elements, such as font and color control, to the HTML code. And the problem here is that it often contains unnecessary whitespace that looks good to human eyes, but looks irrelevant to computers. So you can run CSS through a free service such as CSS Minifier to get a smaller file.

 

Always use an updated version of MySQL Version

 

It is very important to maintain an updated version of MySQL if you want to have a good performance of your server. By updating your MySQL to the latest version it will automatically optimize your cloud server. Moreover old version of  MySQL 4.0 or MySQL 4.1, are end-of-life (EOL), and will no longer receive any security updates. So the best option will be going with MySQL versions 5.5 or 5.6 because it carries a lot of new and latest features.

 

 

Slow Loading Is a Killer

 

Can the speed of your website really have that much of an effect on your sales? And how does Google factor into all of this?

Really an average user has no patience for a page that takes too long to load and justifiably so.


Every Second Counts

“A 1 second delay in page response can result in a 7% reduction in conversions.”

“If an e-commerce site is making $100,000 per day, a 1 second page delay could potentially cost you $2.5 million in lost sales every year.”

Observation: Slower page response time results in an increase in page abandonment, as demonstrated in the following chart.

 

Website Performance Affects Shopping Behavior

 

Not everyone has an e-commerce site making $100k a day but it does help put things in a different light. For some people 7% can make or break your business and even if that is not the case most everyone would agree that improving your conversions by ANY amount is a positive thing.

 

Why does Google Cares?

 

Google has declared that website speed is necessary for search engine ranking algorithm. It indicates your site performs better on the Google search engine results if the loading speed is fast.

http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.in/2010/04/using-site-speed-in-web-search-ranking.html Google lists out the user who are not interested with the websites which are slow and there is no point of ranking those sites in a higher position in the search engine ranking. 

 

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Select the BEST CLOUD SERVER

Optimize your site on the Server

  • Host Assets Separately
  • Compression with Gzip
  • Minimize Re-directs
  • Reduce DNS lookups

Optimize Assets (CSS, Jscripts, Images)

  • Merging multiple Java Scripts into one.
  • Compress Javascript & CSS.
  • Customize Caching/Header expiry
  • Offload the assets
  • Handling web images & CSS
  • Reducing amount of CSS files
 

 

Shopzilla case study

 

 

Forrester Consulting report

 

>>> 23% of shoppers on your website will stop shopping on your website if it loads slowly

>>> 64% of shoppers will never shop on your site again

>>> If your website takes over 3 seconds to load, users will leave

Akamai study report

 

>>> 47% of people expect a web page to load in two seconds or less.

>>> 40% will abandon a web page if it takes more than three seconds to load.


>>> 52% of online shoppers claim that quick page loads are important for their loyalty to a site.


>>> 14% will start shopping at a different site if page loads are slow, 23% will stop shopping or even walk away from their computer.


>>> 64% of shoppers who are dissatisfied with their site visit will go somewhere else to shop next time