Choose WSA to Boost the Performance of Your cPanel
With Nginx caching capabilities and cPanel servers, we can create cPanel compatible caching that can speed up all sites on a server.
Reduce customer complaints by reducing the loading time of their websites.
Use Nginx’s “Rate Limit” to add an extra layer of protection against DDOS attacks.
Control every feature from the comfort of a custom WHM and cPanel GUI.
A single shell command in order to start your 60-day trial.
Already compatible with AlmaLinux, CentOS 8 and CloudLinux 8.
NodeJS and Apps
Acceleration works with Node JS, Python, Ruby and CloudLinux alt-NodeJS.
Start Your 60-day Free Trial Today.
No registration required!
Incredibly Fast! Need proof?
When something seems too good to be true, it often is. Therefore, we’ve made two identical WordPress sites so you can compare them.
A benchmark test ran with the “Siege” software showed that simply placing Nginx in front of cPanel Apache increase the number of pages the site could serve by 137% (this test was made on a WordPress site with approximately 25 plugins installed).
Now, add website caching directly in Nginx. Each site can then be tweaked for optimal caching. With previous experiences acquired through other caching systems like Varnish, we transposed our knowledge into easy-to-use options directly in cPanel. While simply activating the cache in cPanel accounts of a server, we’ve managed to increase performance by 204% on the amount of requests the site could serve.
We’ve placed two copies of the same WordPress site online. One with the Nginx cPanel (WSA) module activated and one without, so you can compare with a live scenarios.
- Google Page Insight Mobile : 35%
- Google Page Insight Desktop : 83%
- GTmetrix fully load time : 4.4 s
- Pingdom load time : 2.21 s
- Chrome DevTools – DOM Content loaded : 1.99 s
- Google Page Insight Mobile : 47%
- Google Page Insight Desktop : 85%
- GTmetrix fully load time : 2.9 s
- Pingdom load time : 980 ms
- Chrome DevTools – DOM Content loaded : 686 ms
Frequently Asked Questions
You will find the answers to the most popular questions in the frequently asked questions. Don’t hesitate to contact us if your question is not there, or if you need more information.
Once the trial period expires, the module will deactivate itself and disable Nginx. The default Apache configuration will be restored, and websites will continue to work.
Once the trial period expires, the module will deactivate itself and disable Nginx. The default Apache confiYes, the module will automatically update the Nginx configuration every time a certificate is installed or modified.
As soon as Nginx releases a stable version with HTTP/3, we will work on making it compatible with our module.