It’s worth mentioning though, that in actual fact, some managed WordPress hosts do, in fact, run their services on shared servers — i.e. some will actually share a portion of the server’s resources with other users. However, if resources are shared, they will be both much, much better allocated between fewer users — meaning that the “bad neighbor effect” is usually all but completely negated. In short, even if you purchase only an entry level managed WordPress hosting account, you will almost certainly still receive a vastly superior level of uptime. … [Read more...] about Shared vs Managed WordPress Hosting
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High availability. Load balanced containers distribute traffic to duplicate instances of WordPress, ensuring your client sites are always online. And if any of your sites go offline for whatever reason, the platform instantly re-deploys your container. Auto-scaling. If any of your sites get hammered with traffic, multiple containers are automatically deployed to handle the load. Automated backups. Schedule backups to run from every 3 hours, up to every 15 days. Secure. WordPress-specific security monitoring, scanning, and custom-built malware detection. Fast caching. Caching is delivered through a custom-built caching layer at the platform level, so there’s no need to manage caching for client sites. To understand how these features could benefit your agency, let’s put them into an agency context. Hosting outages during a critical time are unacceptable. If you’ve ever experienced downtime during a holiday sales period — Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and other … [Read more...] about Is Convesio the Next-Generation of Managed WordPress Hosting?
Their unique ARES Gateway allows them to create completely custom hosting environments on a per-site basis. This means they can handle anything you throw at them — no one is an edge case, any technical need can be met, and every problem has a solution. Through these custom solutions, as your company grows, they can easily adapt to your changing needs, making Pagely a host you will probably never outgrow. … [Read more...] about Managed WordPress Hosting Compared
About the service Positioning themselves as a premium WordPress hosting company built specifically for designers, freelancers and creative agencies, Flywheel has a LOT to offer that can’t — at least as far as I know — be found elsewhere. We’re talking stuff like the ability to create free demo sites, an array of handy tools allowing multiple designers to work on the same site before it’s launched and — perhaps best of all: client billing transfer. That’s right — you can create a site for someone else on your own account and then, whenever you’re ready, transfer the account/billing for the site to the client! … [Read more...] about Flywheel’s Managed WordPress Hosting – First Impressions!
Cons of managed WordPress hosting Managed WordPress hosts often cost more than shared hosts, though you can find middle grounds like SiteGround Managed WordPress hosts usually also impose stricter website limits and/or visitor caps You can usually only host WordPress sites (obviously) In order to ensure performance, some managed WordPress hosts will put restrictions on the plugins that you can use … [Read more...] about Shared vs Managed WordPress Hosting: The Key Differences and How to Make Your Decision