PHP & MySQL just can't handle such traffic unless you have a large infrastructure, and that would cost a lot. The secret here is to deploy LiteSpeed and enable the cache.

Hamza A.PDG

We have been using LiteSpeed for almost a year now, and we definitely won't be stopping as it has become an essential component of the services we offer. Although LiteSpeed is certainly interchangeable with Apache, one of the key features for us is the LiteSpeed Cache. We host almost all the news websites in the country, and most of these websites aren't really optimized to handle all these connections (up to 10,000 simultaneous connections). PHP & MySQL just can't handle such traffic unless you have a large infrastructure, and that would cost a lot. The secret here is to deploy LiteSpeed and enable the cache. We can handle all this traffic just by deploying one server with LiteSpeed. It works just great as all the requests are mainly static, so it's not even using a lots of CPU/RAM.

LiteSpeed plays an essential part in our shared hosting platform, where we host up to 3000 Websites in one server.

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