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Three Reasons to Use Managed WordPress Clusters

You might be wondering if a managed WordPress cluster is right for your needs. In this article, we’ll discuss how clustering can minimize the risks of downtime and maximize your uptime. In addition, we’ll cover how to use SiteGround’s managed WordPress hosting service and Amazon’s Route53 and CloudFront services. Here are three reasons you should use a managed WordPress cluster:

Jelastic pre-configured WordPress Cluster Kit

The Jelastic pre-configured WordPress cluster Kit comes with all the necessary tools you need to start a high-traffic WordPress website, including production-ready capabilities, web application security, and a load balancer. This pre-configured kit includes a built-in CDN, Let’s Encrypt SSL, and a scalable MySQL database. The entire installation can be completed in a matter of minutes.

The Jelastic dashboard is simple to use, but the pre-configured packages make it easy to set up an enterprise-grade WordPress cluster. Jelastic pre-configured packages include everything you need to start your own enterprise-grade WordPress cluster. It also provides automatic database replication and server scaling. The Jelastic dashboard gives you access to detailed usage statistics and allows you to restart any part of the cluster.

SiteGround’s managed WordPress hosting service

The best part of SiteGround’s Managed WordPress clusters hosting is that you don’t have to deal with the hassle of transferring hosting companies. Unlike other companies, SiteGround offers email and other services that WP Engine doesn’t. And while SiteGround isn’t cheap, it doesn’t offer many disadvantages over WP Engine. Besides, it’s easier for you to get started with SiteGround than it is for other hosting providers.

SiteGround’s managed WordPress cluster hosting is priced at just $80 a month and is capable of supporting most WordPress sites. You can choose between different server resources, including the amount of RAM and SSD space. It also offers flexible scaling options. You can purchase an entry-level plan for $80 per month with five TB data transfer, 40 GB SSD space, and two CPU cores. If you need more power, you can upgrade to the business plan for $120 a month.

Amazon’s Route53 service

AWS offers several ways to manage a WordPress cluster, and Route53 provides a number of options for this purpose. AWS Route53 offers a range of features, including name servers and hosted zones, which can be managed through one convenient interface. This article will discuss some of these options and their uses. The following is a short overview of Route53’s benefits for managing WordPress clusters. However, before you use this service to manage WordPress clusters, it is important to consider the costs and benefits of its various options.

AWS Route53 provides a variety of features and benefits for WordPress clusters, and you can customize it according to your needs. For example, you can set up CloudWatch alarms to alert you when an endpoint becomes unhealthy. You can also use CloudWatch to monitor performance metrics and configure limits for your instances. These features are particularly useful if you have instances that are not accessible through Route 53’s health checks.

Amazon’s CloudFront service

You can make use of Amazon’s CloudFront service to manage your WordPress cluster. Once you’ve activated it, all you have to do is to follow the simple instructions below. You’ll be able to access your cluster’s URLs using the CloudFront service. You can also use this service to retrieve WordPress files directly from Amazon S3 or from your site. The process is known as Origin Pull.

First, configure your ACM to use signed TLS certificates. You can then use the CloudFront distribution to redirect HTTP to HTTPS. This configuration change will use a tag-based policy to enforce compliance. Then, configure your ACL to match your CloudFront distribution’s hash value and associated WAF web ACL. Finally, configure your WAF to create an IP set for your CloudFront distribution requests. You can also configure your client VPN to access your private application load balancer.