A change of hosting provider or switch from a shared hosting fare on its own V-server can affect the performance of your own WordPress website very positive. In addition, you will thus increase the acceptance by customers and generate more revenue. What performance improvements you can expect in detail during a change of provider, show the following products.
This article is part of the Guideline high-performance websites with WordPress.
In the last article of this guideline I presented the main tools to analyze your website in terms of performance. This has also been found that the Back-End Time currently varies much in our shared hosting deal, what makes a meaningful measure of future performance optimizations very difficult. However, in order to provide you with the course of the Guideline there are also good figures available, we have decided, once to change providers and move from a shared hosting fare to a Virtual Server Host Europe.
Some information identical front away: Moving WordPress from the old to the new web space of V server has proven to be very problematic due to some individual configurations. After we had to face greater difficulties, we finally decided to make a completely new installation of WordPress on the V-Server. A new installation and the move to a new hosting provider brings numerous advantages, but also the cause in this case, that a comparison with the measured values from the last item is limited.
Re-installation of WordPress plugins, some have been removed, which speeds up the loading time of the back-ends.
The database has been cleaned. Among other things, thousands of SPAM comments were removed.
The configuration of the Apache web server is not identical. Some modules that were not available with the old provider are now installed in the standard (and vice versa), which also leads to a different performance.
Contaminated sites were removed automatically, including for example non-deleted files or settings of plugins that have been installed over time and uninstalled again.