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    Quote Originally Posted by shunavi View Post
    You see the post of rocker, it 's the best choice now. If you have a lot of traffic, maybe more than 2K/day. I think you can consider to choose GrowBig or GoGeek package of SiteGround
    I don't know why, SiteGround didn't keep the good response ticket recently. They usually take more than 1 hour to response instead of 7 minutes as people say. Is it good enough or I should move to another provider to make it faster help?

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    Siteground, very optimized for magento!

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    Yea, nice to know a very good magento hosting

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    Do we need to use any full page cache solution for magento to make it faster? What did you guys use for your sites?

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    Magento EE already has event full page cache solution built in.

    for magento community there is a good one and it is free - Zoom Full Page Cache

    it has its issues and it has no support from the developer but overall it does the job fine and the speed up is visible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johny_ng View Post
    Do we need to use any full page cache solution for magento to make it faster? What did you guys use for your sites?
    You may look at this free magento full page cache https://gordonlesti.com/lestifpc/

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    I think Zoom Full page cache will work better than lestifpc but belong to your theme, some theme require some special teak to make it work. But the good thing is they are all work well with siteground magento hosting package and their supercacher tools.

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    Yes, Zoom full page cache is totally and it 's a simple cache page from bootstrap index file so that if it meet the cache condition, it return the html page almost no time without database access. If you don't want to capture the log (but still keep analytics), it can serve a million access without any problem and server heavily. http://www.magentocommerce.com/magen...age-cache.html

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    So basically, buy hosting from SiteGround then install Zoom full page cache extension. That 's all to make magento fast?

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    Is it still working best and the best for 2015?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterJ View Post
    Is it still working best and the best for 2015?
    I think it should work well. But maybe the best one will be different. Let 's wait and see

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterJ View Post
    Is it still working best and the best for 2015?
    I has just got a new package from SiteGround, I still think they are the best one for magento hosting, it 's too clear for that . They make everything so easy for me and make it work really fast

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    Thanks rocker, you are really an expert in magento hosting. It 's really a best magento hosting. I has just moved to their hosting and it work very very well. Fast and Stable. Great!

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    I believe you guys here got the good choice from people feedback here. To me, I believe the options is still right until this year 2015

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    Zoom Full Page Cache has a few issues with autoflushing the content on update and login referer bug.
    In the overall we installed and configured it many times and it proved very well. It as well works on our website www.goivvy.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgek View Post
    I believe you guys here got the good choice from people feedback here. To me, I believe the options is still right until this year 2015
    Yes, sure, I believe it still work really good until now even though it is discussed from 2 years ago. My magento sites still work really fast until without any problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterJ View Post
    Is it still working best and the best for 2015?
    If you are still using it and you still have some doubts, then it's up to you if you want to change. Hmm, but just like the other guys here said, for sure it will still be working fine continuously..

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    As far as I know, the most votes belong Siteground

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    Well, too old thread? But I have to say it 's still work for me. SiteGround work really nice for magento. Cool guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_Chanderbhan View Post
    Well, too old thread? But I have to say it 's still work for me. SiteGround work really nice for magento. Cool guys
    Not just 2013, until now 2015, I believe it 's the best magento hosting company who provide a very good service for magento.

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