Managed WordPress Hosting

The WordPress Content Magement System (CMS) is an open-source solution based on mySQL and PHP. WordPress was designed as a blogging system. However, due to the large supporting community WordPress can be used for many purposes, including booking and reservation systems, online directories and online stores. It’s estimated that WordPress is now used as the backend for approx. 30% of all websites on the public internet. In a Managed WordPress Hosting environment the service provider is responsible for WordPress and manages all technical aspects of running a WordPress environment for a client organisation like WordPress updates and backups. In this category you find our news articles about WordPress and Managed WordPress Hosting.

Bluehost Marketplace Integrates WordPress Themes and Plugins in Bluehost Platform

Bluehost, an Endurance International Group company launches the Bluehost Marketplace where clients will have access to hundreds of plugins and themes.

Jelastic Launches Launched ‘Enterprise-Grade’ WordPress Hosting Package

Jelastic has launched its auto-scalable WordPress cluster to provide “enterprise-level availability, easy setup and management for highly-loaded projects.”

WP Engine Adopts Google Cloud Platform’s Compute-Optimized VMs

Managed WordPress hosting provider WP Engine has adopted Google Cloud Platform’s newest infrastructure, the Compute-Optimized Virtual Machines (VM) (C2). With these enhancements, WP Engine’s platform would offer significantly enhanced WordPress performance.

Latest Version SiteLock SMART/DB Comes with Support for WordPress and Joomla!

Delivering automated website database monitoring and remediation, the latest version of SiteLock SMART Database (SMART/DB) extends monitoring and scanning support across WordPress, Joomla! and any other web application that uses a MySQL database - providing “the highest level of protection” for customer data.

Liquid Web’s Managed WordPress and Managed WooCommerce Hosting Now Available in Europe

Managed hosting and managed application services provider Liquid Web has announced their EU data center availability for Managed WordPress and Managed WooCommerce Hosting.

Managed WordPress Provider WP Engine Acquires Flywheel

WP Engine has acquired Flywheel. Combined, WP Engine and Flywheel will now serve more than 120,000 brands and agencies in 150 countries while counting nearly 900 employees across seven offices globally.

DreamHost Adds Staging Environments to Its Managed WordPress Solution

DreamHost has released the latest version of its ‘DreamPress’ managed WordPress platform. In addition to a variety of under-the-hood performance improvements, DreamHost’s DreamPress managed WordPress packages now include access to an isolated website staging environment.

Managed Hosting Company Nexcess Announces BigCommerce for WordPress

Nexcess, a Southfield, Michigan-based managed application hosting company, has partnered with BigCommerce to offer ‘BigCommerce for WordPress’ to WordPress sites hosted on the Nexcess Cloud.

Fasthosts WordPress Hosting

Run WordPress at its absolute best on our new hosting platform. Setup is easy – and discounts for multiple sites mean prices start at...

WP Engine Builds WordPress Video Plugin With Cloudflare

WP Engine’s Cloudflare Stream Video Plugin is now available to the public, enabling WordPress users to publish and stream performance optimized videos on WordPress websites.

How to Add a Social Media Widget to WordPress

Learn how to add the Social Media Widgets plugin to your WordPress site in this walk-through guide. First we will show you how to...
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