Back-end Performance

Book Description

simply matters. may allow us to "go bigger", but maybe not necessarily be better when it comes to performance. Now is the time to utilize the amazing tools that are available for making websites faster, and to learn how to improve and satisfaction.

This is a practical collection of tutorials on back-end website performance for web developers. It's packed with useful, real world hints and tips that you can use on your sites today. It contains:

    • How to Optimize MySQL: Indexes, Slow Queries, Configuration by Bruno Skvorc
    • How to Read Big Files with PHP (Without Killing Your Server) by Chris Pitt
    • Optimization by Tonino Jankov
    • HTTP/2: Background, Performance Benefits and Implementations by Tonino Jankov
    • vs Nginx Performance: Optimization Techniques by Tonino Jankov
    • An In-depth Walkthrough of Supercharging with Blackfire by Reza Lavaryan
    • How to Boost Your Server Performance with Varnish by Tonino Jankov
    • How to Process Server Logs by Daniel Berman

This book is for all back-end developers who wish to build sites and apps that are more performant. You'll need to be familiar with server-side development in order to follow the discussion.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: How to Optimize MySQL: Indexes, Slow Queries, Configuration
Chapter 2: How to Read Big Files with PHP (Without Killing Your Server)
Chapter 3: WordPress Optimization
Chapter 4: HTTP/2: Background, Performance Benefits and Implementations
Chapter 5: Apache vs Nginx Performance: Optimization Techniques
Chapter 6: An In-depth Walkthrough of Supercharging Apps with Blackfire
Chapter 7: How to Boost Your Server Performance with Varnish
Chapter 8: How to Process Server Logs

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