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alex.zhan
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hello,
I used the magento v1.7 to build a online shopping website http://www.dealeu.com , the layout looks very nice but It looks a litter slow.
Somebody who can tell me how to speed it?

thanks a lot

 
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We are using:

- Varnish / php-fpm / nginx
- Apc / memcached
- Full page cache
- Defer Javascript loading

to optimize our clients magento stores.

Please be sure to read this write up on how to configure those items listed above. Let me know if you have any questions

 
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We were having the same trouble with our store. Page caching options definitely help, but the best thing is probably upgrading your server. We were running on a fairly slow shared server (which was really meant for personal websites/blogs). Once we upgraded to a dedicated server the speed increased a huge amount. It’s probably the best option in the long run. There’s a lot of hosting providers that have packages optimised for Magento also.

 
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We have seen that performance on a $15 cloud, it is quite meaningless as it is the dynamic content that causes the problem not the cached content. FPC is a nice to have when everything else is optimised, not the other way around. Google will not bother, they are smart, they know if you are on shared servers, what your cached and non-cached performance is and will direct traffic, or not in this case, to you accordingly (excepting long tail keywords). Google likes enterprise class sites on dedicated and cloud providers, there will always be exceptions for niche content such as Magento extensions, but for a standard eCommerce store which sells standard products, it is critical.

We were provided these figures by a consulting company who run Magento sub-second clusters (30,000 product site listed first page next to eBay, Amazon, Asos, Net-A-Porter in 1-2mths with base Magento install, template theme, zero marketing & very limited social media - we like that). For Micro Enterprise (<10 employees <$2million/yr revenue) hosting will be up to 20% of IT budget which is 5% of total yearly revenue. For Small Enterprise (<50employees <$10million/yr revenue) hosting will be up to 15% of IT budget which is 5% of yearly revenue. That means a store with $250,000 revenue/yr will have an IT budget of $12,500 (for everything) and a hosting budget of up to $2,500/yr. Any more and you will slowly go under as you need to sell to much to breakeven, any less and you will not have the infrastructure to meet Google and Visitors expectations so not generate the revenue. We are quite lucky, we get access to the environment and knowledge, makes life more interesting, and simpler. If you use multi-store, 10s thousands products, many categories, many extensions, custom code, then expect your hosting bill to double each time.

We know that no-one will pay any attention either trying to do it on the cheap by inadequate hosting or using extensions, or trying to pay over the odds in the ‘hope’ that they over generate revenue. Apart from the odd niche exceptions, aren’t there always, neither will work for anything longer than short term. Don’t say we didn’t try.

 
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Here is the article on this topic -
http://www.mag-manager.com/useful-articles/about-magento-shopping-cart/magento-goes-slow-here-are-the-ways-to-speed-it-up

 
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Hi, your store can most definitely speed up. Have you considered moving to a new host? Un bias speed tests can be found here

http://www.magespeedtest.com

http://magebenchmark.sonassi.com

Paired with a look at reviews associated with all these companies you can make your mind up if a change of hosting will help you

 
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tommmieee
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Did you already enabled Zlib compression on the server or on your hosting package? It can speed up your Magento also very much. Magento does have many scripts which can increase the load, which zlib compression enabled it will decrease the load of the server and increase the magento speed. A howto can be found here

 
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anable cache System -> Cache Management
use extension Brim full page cache

cong thy thiet ke website

 
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At the last Meet Magento Poland there was a corresponding presentation from Ivan Chepurnyi, hope it will be available soon at the conference site http://meetmagento.pl/en/

 
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alex.zhan - 15 June 2013 09:00 PM

hello,
I used the magento v1.7 to build a online shopping website http://www.dealeu.com , the layout looks very nice but It looks a litter slow.
Somebody who can tell me how to speed it?

thanks a lot

The reason may also be a large database. You can read in this article what to do - http://blog.magalter.com/page/magento-database-size

 
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Our performance extensions can help you along with our technical team. Write into support and they can advise.

 
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