A Simple WordPress Server Sizing Guide

December 23, 2021

There are two frequently asked questions about WordPress Servers: What size server should I use? How many sites can I fit on a server of x size? These are not simple questions – there are many many variables that affect the answers. However, that doesn’t mean that we can’t provide some sort of guidance for…

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WordPress Performance Factors

March 3, 2021

Tweaking the performance of your WordPress site can involve pulling on a lot of levers. From how your browser is configured to the device type you’re using, to the way the webserver and database servers are configured – they all play a part in how fast or slow a user perceives a WordPress site. In…

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Performance Metrics – Feb 2021

February 25, 2021

The release of V4.2.6 of WPCloudDeploy included some performance related updates and so it’s time for us to take a new look at our performance benchmarks. As you might expect, there are multiple items that affect performance, some of which WPCD can control and some of which we can do nothing about. Some of these…

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Real-World Performance Metrics

July 8, 2020

We recently moved a complex site over to the WPCloudDeploy stack. After seeing performance improvements right away, we wondered how much load the site could actually handle on it’s new server. So, we proceeded to run some brute-force tests on it to get some metrics. Want to see the results? We wrote about our testing…

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One Quick Way To Improve Performance On Your WP Site

April 26, 2020

When you run a WordPress site, it is a fact of life that bad actors will attempt to break in. Luckily most of them use dumb, automated tools that attempt to brute force their way into your system. As long as you have a long, unique password, your site is usually safe. But those attempts…

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