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Scalability Pro v4.62 – WordPress Plugin


The Scalability Pro Plugin is the core WP Intense plugin to transform the speed and scalability of your WordPress site. It does so primarily by eliminating table scans and using index seeks instead.

A highly scalable site will not slow down as your site gets bigger. Without Scalability Pro, you’ll likely see a degredation of performance on your website once you exceed 5000 products, orders or users. Caching can help, but what you really need is to make sure your website scales, regardless of how big your website becomes. A scalable website is as perceptibly fast at generating a web page when there are 1,000,000 users as it is when there are 10,000.

How it works

  • Makes WP_Query lightning fast (0.4 seconds uncached vs over 180 seconds for 820,000 products on /shop/ page)
  • Works by optimising your underlying database and queries and eliminating table scans
  • Provides options to alter or remove slow WooCommerce and WordPress features
  • Complements caching systems perfectly
  • Speeds up SLOW queries – install the Query Monitor plugin and view your slowest pages, if you see slow queries being reported, Scalability Pro will help. If you instead see thousands of queries occurring, there is a separate solution for that type of performance problem.
  • It adds indexes to your key WordPress tables to help optimise underlying SQL queries
  • It alters database queries to make them more efficient, avoiding table scans
  • It provides options to disable, alter or microcache slow WordPress/WooCommerce/Import functionality

If Scalability Pro is implemented and there are still table scans occurring, we will fix them.

Three-pronged approach to real scalability

Scalability Pro works best in conjunction with Redis object caching and a good quality hosting stack. Any one of these on their own is not enough. If too many queries (over 1000) are being registered in Query Monitor when you have Redis activated, then the related plugin is not using an object cache. If this is the case, you should contact the plugin author and tell us too. We can advise them on how to fix their plugin to scale properly with good use of the object cache. If you’re still seeing slow queries, as opposed to too many queries, then Scalability Pro has missed something — please let us know and we’ll endeavour to get it fixed.


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