Web hosting provider DreamHost today launched its new Managed WordPress hosting service named DreamPress. Available in public beta right now, DreamPress is ideal for entrepreneurs, Website designers, developers, and bloggers who want a scalable and optimized WordPress hosting experience.
Earlier this year, DreamHost also launched its online community DreamScape.
Some salient features of DreamPress are:
- Pre-configured for higher traffic loads and server-intensive themes and plugins.
- Managed Virtual Private Server (VPS) instances running on isolated, scalable and tuned-for-WordPress physical servers.
- Application stack including an automatically configured, in-memory caching layer for enhanced speed.
- Automatic WordPress core updates.
- Best-practice security configuration including random table prefix, randomized Salt, .htaccess protection from script execution in uploads, hardened permissions on configuration files and MySQL shielded from remote access to prevent common attacks.
- Automatic mod_security web firewall rule management.
- Application stack management.
- Automated backups to DreamObjects, DreamHost’s public cloud storage service.
- Robot-assisted migration comprising DreamHost-developed open source contributions to the wp-cli tool and a control panel interface.
- DreamHost’s 24/7WordPress technical support.
- 100% uptime guarantee.
- 97-day money-back guarantee.
The standard price for DreamPress is $24.95/mo. However, DreamHost is offering the new service at $19.95/mo for a limited time.
“DreamPress is hosted WordPress on steroids. Running on specialized, optimized virtual private servers — and with each instance pre-configured by our WordPress experts for scalable performance under traffic load — DreamPress is the perfect upgrade for publishers with a growing blog or site, and developers looking to save config time, ” said Simon Anderson, CEO, DreamHost.
“With our 15 years of experience in automating and delivering Open Source applications and platforms, our customers have been asking us to Just Do DreamPress, so we’re happy to roll it out,” he added.
Click here to read our Interview with Mr. Simon Anderson, CEO, DreamHost.
For more information on DreamPress, click here.