Nexcess Announces WordPress Cluster Hosting

. January 30, 2012 . 0 Comments

Nexcess, a Michigan-based managed hosting company with specialized solutions in Magento and WordPress hosting, has announced a new enterprise line of managed server clusters that are uniquely optimized for WordPress-based web sites.

This brand new set of hosting solutions for WordPress cluster hosting has been built from the ground up, and rooted in the same technologies that power the company’s more basic WordPress-Optimized Blog Platform (WP-OBP) hosting environment. The Nexcess WordPress cluster is expected to offer site owners the same level of performance optimization that Nexcess’ entry-level WordPress hosting clients enjoy, with added benefits in scalability, reliability through increased redundancy, and potential for higher system resource availability to combat unpredictable patterns in blog traffic.

“Popular blogs need some big server muscle behind them to keep performance at a maximum. That fact made this the logical next step for our special WordPress product line,” commented Chris Wells, President & CEO of Nexcess, “For the ever-growing number of epic blogging success stories out there, we’ve crafted solutions that have virtually limitless traffic growth potential.”

WordPress site owners should realize that design of the Nexcess managed WordPress cluster differs significantly from traditional managed cluster hosting. Bloggers utilizing these services will benefit from server configurations that are highly tuned towards WordPress’ needs. They will also receive a system that utilizes APC caching and the Nexcess CDN, which will dramatically improve site speeds over more traditional web hosting. This comes in addition to more traditional server cluster features, including such security perks as hardware firewall appliances and the removal of database services from the public Internet.

For more information on the Nexcess managed WordPress cluster, visit: http://www.nexcess.net/wordpress-enterprise-hosting

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