Performance matters because a positive (fast) user experience facilitates all goals a publisher or application developer might have. WordPress, like most applications, has numerous moving parts that must be considered when trying to scale.
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Ashley Rich explains what a load balancer does and then asks if using one is overkill in your WordPress hosting setup. 🤹
Scott Amerman unveils a new WPEngine feature called “Flexible Workflows.” As the name suggests, Flexible Workflows allows teams to design their own development and deployment workflows. Some teams might want only a staging and production environment. Others might want a development, staging, and production environment that all have the same performance specs to ensure a…
What if open source values and ways of thinking point to solutions WordPress businesses can uniquely embrace?