If you’re a WordPress user, you’ll be thrilled to hear about the latest breakthrough in the world of decentralized WordPress. Flux is here, and it’s set to revolutionize the way you experience WordPress.
Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been testing Flux and I’m excited to share my findings with you. First and foremost, I have to say that WordPress running on Flux is ultra-quick, with low LCP times even with the theme I use that is heavy on resources.
But let’s talk numbers. I decided to compare my old setup with the new Flux-powered WordPress, and the results were nothing short of amazing. Before Flux, my testing environment was limited to just 250 clients in a minute, and even then, it would crash. But with Flux, I was able to run a load test of 10,000 clients over 1 minute, and it passed with flying colors!
What makes Flux so special? Let’s take a closer look:
Flux is built on a decentralized architecture, which means that it doesn’t rely on a single server or provider. This decentralization ensures that your website is always available and performant, even under heavy traffic loads.
As I mentioned earlier, WordPress running on Flux is lightning fast. This is thanks to Flux’s unique architecture, which delivers unmatched performance and speed.
Flux is designed to be highly scalable, which means that it can handle traffic spikes and surges without breaking a sweat. This scalability is a game-changer for WordPress users who need to handle high levels of traffic.
Overall, Flux is a game-changer for WordPress users who demand the best in performance, reliability, and scalability. With Flux, you can expect ultra-quick performance, unmatched scalability, and the peace of mind that comes with a decentralized architecture.
So, if you’re tired of slow WordPress websites, it’s time to give Flux a try. Experience the power of decentralized WordPress today!
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The exciting part is that this is available for roughly around 60 dollars a year at time of writing. For the performance you would have to double it and then some on Web 2!