Is server side caching or static technology in place to minimize server load?


Many content management systems (CMS) build web pages on the fly every time a user visits them. This can be great for delivering dynamic content, but requires a lot of server processing for every visitor, wasting energy, increasing e-waste by putting physical strains on the servers and making websites slower.

If you are using a CMS, be sure to implement effective server caching or use a static web technology such as JAMstack or Memcached to pre-build web pages and keep server processing to an absolute minimum.


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