Most of the online applications are made with CMS, and in particular WordPress, used by most users for its simplicity and stability.
CMS constitute a new frontier for hosting infrastructures and MySQL, which are generally hosted on shared resources. Many CMSs refer to a large number of libraries already implemented inside (source data used in computer code), and a single page can contain thousands of elements, which your users’ browsers must load and decrypt.
The new Nova Web SE platform allows a more and more performing experience for the management of your sites and their visualization by users: they are supported by FPM technology, which Nova Web SE has included in all its Web offers.
PHP is one of the most used computer languages in the web, and consists in the interpretation of files or scripts connected to it.
Each site reading PHP code refers to elements and actions to be performed: each PHP file is read identically and independently on each request, without considering any previous queries. The code is interpreted based on which PHP library you are using, for example PHP 4 or PHP 5. A PHP handler (or manager) is the one who actually loads the libraries so that they can be used for interpretation.
With PHP-FPM all the instructions for each request are stored in memory and cached on the server, to be directly reused if the same request occurs again. As a result, the processing time required decreases and the availability of resources improves, allowing you to manage other expressions faster.
The advantages of FPM technology are easily found on online structures such as CMS, which rely on numerous PHP files and require a lot of processing resources, but are also reflected on other systems, considering that most of the websites are developed with this programming language.
PHP-FPM optimization is included and active on all our Web Hosting offers. The execution of your scripts also depends on the number of PHP workers present. Choosing an upgrade of your hosting plan ensures you more workers and therefore even better performance with PHP-FPM.