On the Delicious Brains site there's a new tutorial posted for the WordPress users out there sharing a case study of the performance impact of WP Offload S3 on the average page load time.
One of the great things about working at Delicious Brains is working on products that I use and love outside of work. I was a WP Migrate DB Pro customer well before joining the team and still use it daily on personal sites and side projects. However, I’ve not often had the need to use our other plugin, WP Offload S3 to offload site media files to Amazon S3.
The post starts with some of the background on why the author chose the WP Offload plugin in the first place and what features it provided. The tutorial then walks you through the installation process and how to have assets served up by Cloudfront correctly. It also includes some things you should consider when figuring out if this setup is for you. It then wraps up with some benchmarks of the results post-implementation, seeing a decrease of almost a second off of the previous page load time.