In the world of WooCommerce hosting there are a lot of options. One of the often recommended hosting services is Cloudways, which makes it very easy to spin up a reasonably performant WooCommerce site. You do still have to make a few choices though, including whether to use DigitalOcean, Vultr, Linode, AWS, or GCP. So… Continue reading Which Cloudways Hosting Provider is Best for WooCommerce?
If you want to host your own copy of WordPress but don’t want to go through all the trouble of setting it up, it might be worth your time to explore using “one-click” installs from some of the major cloud providers. In this article, we’re going to explore the Vultr One-Click WordPress install and see… Continue reading Vultr One-Click WordPress Review
Cloudways is a managed WordPress hosting provider that allows you to deploy your WordPress site onto several different platforms. These platforms are: AWS Google Cloud Linode Vultr Digital Ocean If you are just starting with Cloudways it can be tough to figure out where your money is best spent! The prices are different for each… Continue reading Cloudways WordPress Performance Value Review
Run your own WordPress Load Tests with Kernl! Back in June Vultr announced the general availability of their new “High Frequency” servers. Reading through the announcement I was intrigued by their claim of using “3+GHZ processors and blazing fast NVMe storage!” and immediately wondered what WordPress performance would look like versus their regular Cloud Compute… Continue reading Load Testing Vultr’s New High Frequency Servers with WordPress
At the beginning of December Kernl launched the closed beta of it’s WordPress load testing service. As a test to shake out any bugs we’ve decided to run a blog series load testing managed WordPress services. Today we’re going to talk about the CloudWays managed WordPress service. In particular, CloudWays deployed to Vultr. How is… Continue reading Load Testing the CloudWays Managed WordPress Service