High-Performance Webserver for static pages - as optional second webserver on same host

OS type and version: Ubuntu 20.02
Webmin version: 1.981
Virtualmin version: 6.17

I have setup webmin with apache.
As I plan to run ultra-high performing onepagers and websites at this hosting, I try to find a nice setup, which allow me to ship this pages in that way (by keeping hardware-requirements as low as possible - even for the carbon-footprint … ok… also to keep expenses low :wink: )

My Idea would be, that - generally - on each new setup, Apache is the default Webserver. But if you like to activate the high-performance mode, static content should be shipped by those lightweight servers.
This might be nginx, lighthttpd or maybe something like an caching-proxy.

Does anybody have suggestions or experiences for this?

Why if simple static one pages not Apache and PHPFPM. ?
You don’t need the other things then.

For good cache (redis or so) you need probably more hardware.
Opcache is maybe ok

Images or other multimedia on that pages? You should know then the visitors and devices / os versions / browser to optimize.

For ssl / hhttps it does matter which kind of certs and encryption method.

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