a cheap price, shared hosting, and when you use too many resources – your site crashes, or goes super slow
you pay per visitor, and pay a premium
you buy a VPS , pay for too much capacity, and still sometimes run into limited resources
My idea is to allow you :
deploy WordPress with the correct resources
pay for fractional resources – like 0.1 CPUs per month.
add and pay for additional resources, like extra RAM for caching for your database
pay for the actual resources used during the month
pay per support call. instead of paying every month for support and not using it.
everything runs on Amazon AWS – so it’s fast/secure/reliable.
Ability to scale larger sites
have your WooCommerce or larger blog scale over several servers
again, pay for the actual resources used
automated backup (you set how often, and pay for the storage at AWS S3 rates)
automated recovery (if we detect issues, a hack, server broken, we recover your most recent backup)
DDoS protection (especially helpful so you don’t pay for all those DDoS hits)
optional WAF (web application firewall)
A small static site, single-server deployment, 64Mb RAM for database, 105Mb disk storage for the site, an optimized site with good caching. 4 weekly backups, monthly CPU usage shows 0.1 CPU used. Total for the month: $0.22
A medium-sized site, single-server deployment, 128Mb RAM for database, 170Mb disk storage for the site, 7 daily backups, 4 weekly backups. Crazy number of plugins, plus WordFence doing automated scans. CPU usage shows 0.9 CPU usage. Total for the month: $1.58
WooCommerce site, multi-server deployment, 1gb RAM for database, 800Mb disk storage, 14 daily backups, 4 weekly backups, 4 monthly backups: CPU usage shows 2.5 CPU used. Total for the month: $6.50