Install + Configure WordPress Varnish Cache 4.x Firewall

configure-varnish-4.x-firewall-4.xThe Varnish Cache Firewall is a Web Application Firewall that can protect WordPress. It is an open source project by comotion to integrate the modsecurity web application firewall into Varnish and will help protect WordpPress against SQL injections, XSS attacks and other web attacks. This Varnish firewall tutorial is specifically for Debian but is easily adaptable to Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora and other Linux systems. Ubuntu.… I'm curious

Install + Configure WordPress Varnish Cache 3 Firewall

Varnish is the rock solid reverse proxy. It’s a web accelerator that serves your web pages as static content instead of serving PHP pages. Varnish also has a firewall component thanks to some vmods which have been integrated by comotion to provide a Web Application Firewall to protect your WordPress site or any other web site. A variety of attacks can be prevented like XSS, … I'm curious

Configure WordPress Varnish 3 Cache with Apache or nginx

varnish-cache-logo-text-200Varnish is a refresh proxy that serves your WordPress lightning fast. Varnish will cache your WordPress site as compiled html pages so users avoid making PHP requests from the web server (Apache2 and nginx). It is very simple to set up WordPress Varnish cache on your VPS or dedicated server.

This guide is for Debian Wheezy but Jessie will work too as well as Ubuntu … I'm curious

Warm up + Refresh WordPress Varnish 4 Cache + Cloudflare

varnish-cache-logo-text-200Varnish Cache is the best speed boost to give your WordPress site. Varnish is a reverse proxy that caches your WordPress site as HTML and serve them up quickly, bypassing the slow PHP backend (Apache or nginx). With this WordPress Varnish cache method you will always be serving up fast Varnish cached versions of your page.

Varnish has a clever feature: using hash_always_miss lets Varnish … I'm curious

Warm up + Refresh WordPress Varnish 3 Cache + CloudFlare

varnish-cache-logo-text-200Varnish Cache is the best speed improvement for your WordPress site. It acts as a reverse proxy and will cache all of your pages as HTML and serve them up quickly, bypassing the slow PHP backend (Apache or nginx). With the WordPress Varnish cache method outlined here, you will always be serving up fast Varnish cached versions of your page. Varnish has a clever feature: … I'm curious