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Probably, most of you encounter the problem that particular Magento pages are a lot slower than others.
The performance of our servers is permanently monitored by automated monitoring systems and also by engineers looking at the charts. We make sure that the server is not getting slow, and if a certain account is causing problems, we call this particular customer immediately to find a solution.
If some pages are slow, the problem is usually to be found in the PHP file or a Magento extension. Especially in extended shops, it may be very difficult to trace the problem. But if you, as a developer, have the right tools, it can save you a lot of investigations.
The built-in Magento Profiler is such a useful tool for developers .
In order to make it easier for you to find the bottlenecks of slow pages, I have written a small manual about this tool.
When there has been quite some developing to a web shop and/or several extensions are been installed, chances are that the Magento front end doesn’t react as fast as it did before. The reason can often be found in useless MySQL queries.
When the PHP code and Magento templates have been set up optimally, many HTML blocks can be cached. When a visitor requests a page, many blocks can be obtained from the cache. Requests in the MySQL database are not necessary for blocks from the cache. So that makes a difference in the amount of load on the database server, and the page will load much faster.
A combination of the following hardware and software is used to make Magento run fast.
We also use several tools to monitor, graph and analyse the performance 24/7.
The basis for fast Magento hosting is fast hardware. Virtual servers and hosting accounts are often sold with all kinds of great promises, but in practice they do not deliver the performance that Magento, and hence you, needs. In order to compare different servers with each other, we have developed some tests. We also show the results of our servers, so you can compare them. If you have a virtual or shared server, maybe they do not provide the same performance at busy times of the day as in quiet moments. Therefore, it is advisable to perform the tests at various times.