How to Know If Managed WordPress Hosting Is Right For You

WordPress developers are a busy lot. If you’re a freelancer, your days are filled with writing new client proposals, hosting strategy meetings, and coding websites. If you’re scaling towards or already running a WordPress agency, then you’re entrenched in tasks focused on strengthening, growing, and promoting your business. Whatever your situation currently is, I bet […] View original post at …

VersionPress Launches VersionPress.com to Fund Open Source Project

The founders of VersionPress have launched VersionPress.com, a WordPress managed hosting service. VersionPress.com is the best of what VersionPress offers paired with features such as, staging sites and backups, on an Amazon Web Services infrastructure. VersionPress is essentially an undo button for WordPress or full version-control. At the click of a button, users can undo an action and restore a site’s database …

How to Host Your WordPress Site on Multiple AWS Server Instances

You’ve almost definitely heard about Amazon Web Services. And, given that you’re on this site, I’m going to make the obvious assumption that you’ve heard about WordPress, too. But what you might not have heard about is combining WordPress with Amazon Web Services (AWS) for web hosting. Articles about hosting WordPress on shared hosting, CPanel […] View original post at …

DigitalCube Launches Shifter, Serverless Hosting for WordPress

DigitalCube launched Shifter at WordCamp US today, the first serverless hosting product for WordPress. The Japanese development company specializes in WordPress and AWS integrations. Shifter was built by the same team behind the company’s Amimoto cloud hosting platform. Shifter converts WordPress sites into a series of static HTML files and serves them up via a global CDN (AWS) for high …

How I Made My WordPress Site 1311% Faster with Cloudways and WPMU DEV Plugins

Yep, you read that right: I got a 1311% speed boost when I set up Cloudways managed cloud hosting on my server combined with our Hummingbird and Smush Pro plugins. Woah, right? And I got that result with very little effort. You’ve no doubt had it drummed into you that optimizing your websites for speed is important. After all, 40% of …