To get our stats, each service (eg. GoDaddy) was tested using the Siege stress tester from a High Frequency Compute Vultr system in their London datacentre.
The testing involved 2 rounds. In each round, 200 concurrent requests to a default WordPress homepage were generated as quickly as they could be processed over the course of 1 minute, repeated 3 times, then with the average result of the 3 tests being taken.
The first round tested cached responses using the provider’s default/recommended caching utilities enabled, the second round tested uncached responses with caching disabled to simulate requests to dynamic, uncacheable content. The results of these two rounds were then averaged together to represent a 50% mix of cached/uncached requests.
We don’t rely on local storage – we store multiple copies of your WordPress file data on a global NVMe-based SSD storage cluster for fastest speeds. NVMe offers a massive performance boost over standard SSDs. This means that JET is not reliant on any single host to grab your data.
Caching is when data is stored so future requests for that data can be served more rapidly to your users. We install the fastest WordPress caching avilable using advanced LiteSpeed technology. We store cached copies of your pages directly on our load-balancers to ensure optimal response-times. With any website hosted with us, the cache is updated instantly when any change is made to your website.
Our entire network is protected by over 2,000Gbps of DDoS protection. Trust us, that’s a heck of lot of requests. If an unfriendly entity actively starts to target you and starts to send lots of unfriendly traffic to your website, your site stays online. We only try to identify and send away malicious traffic to ensure that your real users don’t get effected by the attack. Other providers don’t usually do this, they would drop all traffic, and the website would stop functioning. But not yours!