Plenty of WordPress webmasters use Nginx and Varnish to handle high load better and provide their visitors with a smoother experience. By taking advantage of Varnish and NGINX proxy cache, you will be able to optimize your site to adapt to big traffic surges. These 6 proxy caching plugins can save you time managing it all:
Nginx Cache: a timesaving plugin that purges your Nginx cache automatically when content on your site changes. You can also activate it manually.
Varnish/Nginx Proxy Caching: this plugin saves you time optimizing your Varnish/Nginx cache. It lets you auto purge cache when your site is modified. It allows time to live override in posts and pages.
Proxy Cache Purge: it serves as an interface to Varnish and Nginx, allowing you to delete cache when a post or page is modified. You can hook other plugins into purge actions.
Nginx Cache Controller: this plugin helps you control your Nginx proxy server cache. It lets you prevent certain elements from cache or delete it all automatically.
W3 Total Cache: shouldn’t need any introduction as it is one of the most popular WordPress cache plugins. It offers reverse proxy integration via Nginx or Varnish.
Purge Varnish Cache: solves some of the most common problems with Varnish Cache by giving you more control over it. It supports an unlimited # of Varnish Cache servers. It also has a simple button for purging everything in one shot.
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