PrettyLittleThing Increases Server Efficiency by 5 Times with Varnish Enterprise


In the dynamic world of fast fashion, delivering the latest trends to customers worldwide requires a seamless online experience. PrettyLittleThing (PLT), a leading fast-fashion brand, faced the challenge of optimizing their website's caching architecture to enhance speed, scale, and cache efficiency. To overcome these hurdles, PLT turned to Varnish Enterprise, a premium caching and content delivery solution. The move resulted in remarkable success, showcasing a significant improvement in server efficiency and load handling.

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12/12/23 7:27 PM
by Ian Vaughan

Mauve Mailorder's Need for Speed: A Success Story of Efficiency and Control with Varnish Enterprise


Mauve Mailorder Software(Mauve) stands out as a trailblazer in digitizing pharmacies and advancing the online pharmacy mail-order business model. Focused on developing tools, interfaces, and applications for the pharmacy of tomorrow, Mauve faced the imperative need for faster content delivery with reduced load on backend servers, given the unique demands of their primarily pharmacy-based clientele.

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11/14/23 6:56 PM
by Marco Plätzer

How to Speed up Liferay Web Portals with Varnish Enterprise

Many of us interact with web portals on a near-daily basis. These platforms serve as centralized hubs for accessing, managing, collaborating, and delivering services across various domains, like employee intranets, e-commerce accounts, healthcare portals, government services, and student portals in higher education.

One popular method for building these intranets and extranets is Liferay, an open source digital platform that empowers organizations to create and manage websites, applications, and portals. It combines different CMS, collaboration and integration capabilities, and is a good choice for businesses looking to streamline their online presence and enhance user experience.

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11/6/23 3:29 PM
by Ian Vaughan

How to Improve your Site's Core Web Vitals

In a previous blog post, we explained the difference between the loading speed of a page and the perceived loading speed in the browser.

As soon as your browser needs to load related resources like CSS files, Javascript files, web fonts and images, the perceived loading speed can decrease.


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3/4/22 12:26 AM
by Ian Vaughan

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