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Speed and Security Proplems

You will find that most of the websites in current operation today run on a Linux, Apache originally designed as a content serving system it has matured to interact with Mysql and Php and this is where the trouble begins both for speed and security.

Ask a website developer to build you a site and he will probably go running to is favoured CMS most likely Wordpress and build away creating, if he is skilled enough, a reasonable looking website.

Unfortunately, all CMS systems require a complex stack to implement and as such are prone to sluggish behaviour and security attacks.

So what are the disadvantages of this approach from a speed perspective?.


A Standard CMS or Dynamic Website is a piece of software that creates all your pages on the fly as they are requested.

Every request runs through a process of many steps before any content is sent back to the requesting user a workflow which is very slow.

But What about Caching ?

A common tool employed by site owners and CMS administrators is a ‘reverse proxy cache’ that sits between page requests made by a web browser and the web application.

It intercepts requests and renders copies of pages straight from the cache, thus providing a noticeable speed boost.

Again it just chucking more code at a problem that need not be there in the first place and also requires a specialised skill set to implement effectively.


Static content is published to regular files on your server and handled using the simplest methods available to the web server. The advantages of static content are:

  • it is the fastest and most efficient way to deliver content
  • it does not require any code to execute or any databases to be accessed, which makes it the most secure way to deliver content
  • it uses simple, clean URLs to address the content
  • it takes the best advantage of web caching systems, which further boosts performance
  • it is compatible with every type of web server technology

The Kireth Frame Work Approach

Is to implement both We have the convenience of building your site on a CMS with all the speed benefits of construction this brings.

But that’s where the similarity ends as we deploy your site as static files already and waiting to be immediately sent to your requesting clients without out the overhead of a database or code execution this is as fast as it gets.

Our Web Servers and Deployment

100% SSD Storage

Blazing fast websites powered by Samsung SSDs

Load Balanced and Redundant
The true magic behind Kireth load-balancing platform is that it prevents any single point of failure. Our speedy 10 Gb servers monitor and distribute traffic as required, include DDoS protection, and have the ability to call on additional compute power.

  • Edge Caching for Speed
  • Autoscaling Platform Resources
  • Google-Based DNS Servers
  • UK Data Centre
  • 40 Gb Network with Multiple Internet Connections
  • Redundant Power Supplies, UPS and Generators
  • 24 × 7 × 365 Onsite Technicians
  • Biometric Security, CCTV and Firewalls



What is Autoscaling?
All our web hosting platforms use our proprietary autoscaling technology. Autoscaling is what makes them ‘true cloud’ platforms: resources allocated to your website are scaled up or down, dependent on demand. So if there’s a traffic surge, your site continues to function and offer the same fast experience for every user.

Your site isn’t hosted on one or two servers. Instead, it can access the whole platforms compute, memory and storage resources. So, if for any reason your server is slow, another can step in and take over seamlessly. We always keep plenty of resource in reserve.

Also, by not being tied to particular servers, it means that if your shared hosting ‘neighbours’ become busy, it doesn’t affect your site speed.

Load Balancing

What is Load Balancing?
Load balancing is about sharing traffic across servers. Other web hosts may say they use load balancing - and indeed they do - but not the kind we’ve developed. Their load balancing mitigates failover: if a server goes down, your site will be moved to another, so it stays online.

It’s a kind of disaster recovery. That’s expected: we offer that kind of server redundancy as well, even though we use some of the best hardware in the industry - thanks to our long-term partners at Dell - and a robust 10 Gb network.

But Kireth load balancing is of a different calibre.

Our load balancing makes use of monitors that will respond to traffic load and balance it across multiple servers when needed. Many other providers don’t offer this. The consequence for you is this: with Kireth, your site stays online, and remains fast, whatever load the servers are under.

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