Google Page Speed service is the Google’s answer to Cloudflare and I have decided to give it a try on this blog to see how it works and if it makes my site faster. Normally I’m not much in to CDN’s because I could gain similar performance for less cost by using an tuned nginx […]


Amazon S3 and Cloudfront Review

by Ruchira on August 16, 2011

I have tried amazon s3 and cloudfront services on this blog few months ago and had some “Not worth staying with” experience with amazon web services. However I’m still using s3 and cloudfront to serve images for few posts on this blog and you can find the post I done about amazon aws here – […]


Using Amazon S3 with wordpress

by Ruchira on October 3, 2010

Now Im running Ubuntu+Nginx+PHP-FPM+Memcached on this blog. And pingdom says my website loads about in 4 seconds and I want to drive it further! I know this kind of page load time really blows many CDN enabled sites. But I wanted to try out and then I have faced problems here is info- Hmm […]