Caching dynamic content that has to be generated by your server for every request can supercharge your site. Cut seconds off page load times and dramatically reduce load on your server so it can focus on important things, like processing payments.
Use page rules to cache the specific content you want and for how long, control time to live on the edge and in the browser.
CMS systems like Magento and Wordpress generate pages on every request often taking seconds just to start responding. Cut server response times to just a few milliseconds.
Research shows again and again that faster load times results in higher conversions.
Faster websites rank better in search engines. Caching dynamic pages reduces Time to First Byte, a major signal for SEO.
Free your server from generating and serving the majority of content and dramatically reduce load, allowing it to service many more users at once.
Use Edge Side Includes, allowing you to compose pages with individually cacheable components.