Fully managed means we've thought of everything, so you don't have to.
There’s a lot more on offer than the WordPress stack itself.
We got your back
24/7/365 server engineers, monitoring your sites and servers with a mix of Nagios and Pingdom, to ensure solid availability and a fast reaction to outages. We also run Munin on all servers, so we have historical data we can analyse in the event of a serious issue and the ability to monitor trends in server performance.
We provide a full backup, included in the service. Our backups are run nightly and include a full snapshot of your databases and a file-by-file incremental backup, offsite to Amazon S3, encrypted with your own unique passphrase.
We take security very seriously and we are fully ISO 27001:2013 compliant at every level - that’s why we already provide LAMP hosting for the United Nations and several UK government institutions. Every server runs ClamAV and rkhunter for virus and malware detection, as well as OSSEC for real time intrusion alerting and automatic blocking.
We only allow SSH connections via key pairs, no passwords, and we also offer YubiKey authentication as a third factor, if you need to be really secure. We only allow access from IP addresses you specify and we run both inbound and outbound firewall controls for added security.
We can provide your own Git server, with hosted version control services via the excellent Gitlab. We offer automated deployment scripts for WordPress, taking away the slow and risky process of deploying a site and replacing it with a simple `git push`. We can automate Selenium testing, so all you have to do is write the tests. We provide New Relic support for detailed application analysis. We have a whole host of professional tools we can make available to you.
ISO certified for your assurance
We have both ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certification from the British Standards Institute, so you and your customers can rest assured the quality and security of our services are externally audited.
Video: automated WordPress deployment
There are all the manual steps you would usually go through as a WordPress developer, but they've been captured in one single Python script.
Here's a quick screencast from Greg Harvey, showing our Jenkins CI server seamlessly deploying and updating a WordPress site.