这篇是前篇文章 Optimizing WordPress hosted on Windows 的后续文章。
现在是假期所以我有一些空闲时间，我会在这篇文章补充前篇第一部份的数据，主要集中解释在 WordPress 的 Azure CDN 使用 W3 总缓存 WP 插件。
After seeing how many other applications are dealing with Azure Blob storage, I’ve discovered a couple of standard practices when it comes to the creation of a storage hierarchy, along with some performance and security considerations. I haven’t found a lot of insights regarding this topic and therefore decided to write something down.
This post is a follow-up post to my previous post Optimizing WordPress hosted on Windows.
It’s the holiday season and therefore having some time to spare, I thought I might as well include the part I left out my previous post. Therefore this post focuses solely on including Azure CDN within your WordPress environment using the W3 Total Cache WP plugin.
I was recently working on some performance issues, which also included dealing with the web front-end. I’m more of a middleware/backend guy, however, do know my way around web development and website optimization (minification, bundling, caching, Gzip, CDN, etc.)
After working on the issues, I was wondering how my blog would perform. I’ve never run any analysis, leave alone applied any tweaks. This website is a basic out of the box WordPress installation (scripted by discountasp.net) hosted on Windows containing only a hand full of articles. And therefore not even thinking about possible performance issues, but I was wrong.