A lot of work has been taking place in the background recently over at Pagely and we are pleased to announce that a new selection of WordPress managed hosting plans are now available. The existing plans have also been refreshed, giving WordPress users who are looking for optimized hosting for their website plenty of options to choose from with highly competitive entry level pricing.
Powered by Amazon, Managed by Pagely
The biggest change to the setup is that the Pagely hosting plans are now powered by Amazon Web Services. For customers of Pagely, this means you now get to have your site hosted on a server operated by the global leader in cloud computing. By combining the WordPress management expertise of Pagely, with the resources of the Amazon Web Services infrastructure, your site will be in safe hands, with room to grow as your site develops.
So while Amazon will now be providing the hardware, Pagely will still be taking care of the management of your site. This includes updating the WordPress core software and the plugins that you have installed. This is in addition to automatic backups of your site, advanced network security via PressArmor, and PressCache site speed tuning and caching, not to mention the team of expert WordPress support staff at Pagely.
With Pagely you now get your site hosted with the biggest name in cloud computing, while also being securely managed for maximum speed, security, and performance by an experienced team of WordPress specialists.
The New Hosting Plans
With three distinct hosting tiers, each with their own individual plans, there are plenty of options to choose from to ensure you get the right plan for the needs of your site, as well as your budget.
With the personal and small business plans starting from just $24 per month, upgrading to high performance managed WordPress hosting needn’t break the bank. The features of most of the plans now include the ability to host multiple WordPress sites, use SSL, dedicated IPs, and Multisite support, as well as FTP access for all plans. This means users now get a lot more flexibility in how they go about interacting with their site and using the server space allocated to them.
All plans now also include a free allotment of PressCDN for even faster page load times and all the associated benefits that come with a site speed increase.
Pagely usage limits remain measured by each plan’s bandwidth and storage allocations, rather than by visitors and pageviews. This means you pay for what resources your site consumes, as opposed to the amount of visitors and pageviews it receives.
The high performance developer and enterprise plans are now also powered by the Amazon Web Services servers. These plans are ideal for high traffic and demanding applications, and include all the necessary features required for that type of usage.
To find out more about the new and refreshed WordPress managed hosting options at Pagely, visit the plans and FAQ page now.
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