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Businesses often hire magento developer to optimize the performance of their store but Magento is by default a high-performing CMS. Let us see the importance of caching in improving the memory usage and execution time of a Magento store. Managing the cache is an inseparable part of the Magento store optimization strategy, even if the businesses hire best magento developer for the same. One can manage multiple caches with the help of the Magento Cache Management System feature on the admin dashboard. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: The Fair Amount Of Memory And Execution Time Can Be Saved By Using The Cache In Magento


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  • The Fair Amount Of Memory And Execution Time Can
    Be Saved By Using The Cache In Magento

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  • The online stores yearn for faster speed and
    blemish-free performance from their CMS. Magento
    provides them both with the help of its multiple
    caches and its cache management system.
    Businesses often hire magento developer to
    optimize the performance of their store but
    Magento is by default a high-performing CMS. Let
    us see the importance of caching in improving the
    memory usage and execution time of a Magento
    store.

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Caching
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  • Caching is an effective method of enhancing the
    speed of the website. It stores the content
    fetched in response to a prior request made by a
    client machine. So, when the client request for
    content, it is fetched from the cache instead of
    the server. It saves the time of the server and
    makes effective use of the bandwidth. Magento
    supports around fourteen different types of
    caches including page cache which allows full
    page caching.

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Full Page Caching
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  • Caching of partial pages can lead to lazy loading
    of the webpage. This can disrupt the shoppers
    user experience, and increase the bounce rate.
    Magento includes full-page caching which stores
    the complete output of a webpage in the cache. It
    alleviates the burden of the server involved in
    succeeding page loads to a reasonable extent.
    Full-page caching is essential in high-traffic
    scenarios and to avoid downtime to a minimum
    during peak hours. It further reduces the waiting
    time of shoppers to less than a second and perks
    up the conversion rate. Managing the cache is an
    inseparable part of the Magento store
    optimization strategy, even if the businesses
    hire best magento developer for the same. One can
    manage multiple caches with the help of the
    Magento Cache Management System feature on the
    admin dashboard.

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Magento Cache Management System
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  • The Magento Cache Management System displays the
    status of all the fourteen primary cache types.
    The status of the cache can be either of the
    three - enabled, disabled, or invalidated. The
    enabled or disabled state shows whether the
    particular type of cache is enabled or not. On
    the other hand, the invalidated state highlights
    that the cache needs to be refreshed. Let us have
    a look at some of the major cache types and what
    do they store?

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  • Configuration Cache All the configuration files
    merged in a single file and the store-specific
    settings.
  • Layout Cache Compiled layouts of web pages and
    other components.
  • Collections Cache The result of all the database
    queries.
  • DDL Cache The database schema.
  • Page Cache Generated HTML pages.
  • Customer Notification Cache Temporary
    notifications displayed to the customers.
  • Depending on the status of the cache in the
    Magento Cache Management System, the most common
    action taken for store optimization is either
    refreshing the cache or flushing the cache.

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Refreshing the Cache
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  • Whenever, any kind of changes are done to a
    static asset like a script file, an HTML page, a
    CSS file, etc., the particular cache type is
    refreshed to reflect the changes on the
    storefront. The Magento Cache Management System
    can also be checked for the cache needing a
    refresh (the cache with invalidated status). The
    Cache refresh is a must for taking full advantage
    of the caching benefits. However, it is suggested
    to refresh the caches during low-traffic hours.

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Flushing the Cache
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  • Businesses often resort to flushing the cache
    whenever any sort of changes made are not visible
    on the store as expected. But, this may often
    cause side-effects fettering the performance of
    the website limiting your revenues. Non-technical
    admin users need not worry about flushing the
    cache as Magento automatically clears major
    caches whenever necessary. This includes
    Collections Cache, DDL Cache, as well as Page
    cache. A word of caution is in order here as
    Magento cannot clear the cache data generated due
    to third-party apps and custom modules. In these
    cases, the user needs to take care of it on its
    own.

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Final Thoughts
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  • Having a dawdling website impacts the conversion
    rate negatively, as the shoppers are in a state
    of dismay due to its sluggishness. Caching in
    Magento relieves the server and enhances the
    response time. The store owners should ensure
    that the relevant caches are enabled and are
    managed properly with the help of the Magento
    Cache Management System. The caching advances the
    loading speed and enables rapid access to the
    storefront. To conclude, caching not only ensures
    that your website is stable, but also makes sure
    that it is robust enough to handle heavy user
    load.

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