Managed WorldPress Offering WP Engine Now Available in AWS Marketplace

WP Engine, one of the world’s largest managed WordPress providers, has announced availability of its managed WordPress solutions in AWS Marketplace. AWS Marketplace is a digital catalog with thousands of software and services listings from independent software vendors. The marketplace helps users find, test, buy, and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

WP Engine’s collaboration with AWS began in 2015 and spans from the core platform infrastructure to WordPress ecosystem product innovations like Amazon Polly integration, AWS Digital Customer Experience Competency status, and now availability in AWS Marketplace.

“We are constantly evaluating the latest cloud technologies to continuously improve the experience for our customers,” said Lisa Box, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Enterprise for WP Engine. “AWS has been a highly-valued technology provider of ours for years, and our addition to AWS Marketplace allows us to share how our digital experiences maintain high levels of uptime, security, scalability, and performance through a combination of leading technology and human expertise.”

Uptime Protection, Risk Mitigation

Lisa Box
“We are constantly evaluating the latest cloud technologies to continuously improve the experience for our customers,” said Lisa Box, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Enterprise for WP Engine.

WP Engine offers a range of “enterprise-grade, high-resiliency, high-availability” solutions on WordPress-optimized AWS architecture.

With AWS’ global regions and multi-zone redundancy across all traffic-serving layers, customers can benefit from the best uptime protection and risk mitigation with the elimination of single points of failure – all on the WP Engine WordPress digital experience platform.

Headquartered in Austin, Texas, WordPress technology provider WP Engine has its offices located in Brisbane, Australia; Kraków, Poland; Limerick, Ireland; London, England; Omaha, Nebraska and San Antonio, Texas.

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