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This is our Wetopi Roadmap and Changelog. Here you’ll find additions and changes to the Wetopi platform.
We reveal the power of our Infrastructure in the realm of WordPress Managed Hosting. Learn how starting small can lead to adopting the best practices and standards, while leveraging our agility to outpace larger corporations.
This post will cover what’s new in wetopi. This past 3 months we have introduced a few Wetopi panel features: a native nginx redirect manager; the one-click backup downloads, the new php7.4 engine and the new “Reload” server option to let you restart php-fpm and nginx services.
As WordPress site managers we take care of our site security and performance. We must constantly reduce the risk of malware infections, curate our precious backups, and never lose a millisecond in page load time. At Wetopi, we have a long experience when it comes to manage security for your WordPress sites. Keep reading to…
This blog post has been written in Strange Times. This is our first week of Covid-19 confinement. Everything is different but even in these unprecedented times, the builder spirit is especially strong. In this post, we will show you the last features and changes introduced to the wetopi service.
We are proud to announce a new WordPress containerized server architecture with components and services oriented to maximize resources and speed. We believe that performance architecture design should go ground up and that’s why we say:
With this November publication, we create a new category: The Roadmap. The goal is to report on the progress of our Wetopi platform: new features, changes, updates, …