WordPress.com VIP is close to launching VIP Go — their next generation of hosting

WordPress.com VIP is working hard on launching new infrastructure that allows for a more traditional WordPress setup for VIP clients, and makes a variety of improvements that their service partners will enjoy. Called VIP Go, it’s basically a VIP 2.0. Many parts of VIP will stay the same: every commit will be code reviewed by…

Enterprise hosting options

Chris Lema wrote a post sharing his experiences with enterprise hosting options for WordPress, specifically options beyond WordPress.com VIP, which is often folks’ go-to recommendation. He covers three specifically: Microsoft Azure: They have a long history of enterprise products and services, and compelling new WordPress products that they are using themselves and I’ve heard some…
Pagely has new plans, a new dashboard, and a new Amazon Web Services infrastructure
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Pagely has new plans, a new dashboard, and a new Amazon Web Services infrastructure

Pagely has made some drastic changes to their hosting platform over the last few months. They’ve moved from Firehost to being fully powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), led by their new CTO, Joshua Eichorn. Measuring tiers of hosting by pageviews is a popular method for WordPress hosting companies, but Pagely doesn’t do that. They…

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