There are plenty of Content Management Systems (CMS) out there, but WordPress continues to dominate the field. Conservative estimates suggest that at least 30% of all global websites are powered by WordPress.
So, why do people prefer WordPress? Because it’s more than just a CMS; it’s now evolved into a platform where you can publish practically anything you like. From a simple blog to a complex media site, an e-commerce shop to an extensive portfolio, the possibilities are endless with WordPress.
Kenoobi Data Managed WordPress hosting simply means that all technical aspects of running WordPress are taken care of by Kenoobi.
Think of managed WordPress hosting like a 5-star hotel’s service. Instead of enjoying tiny chocolates on your pillow or last-minute dinner reservations, you’ll enjoy a top-class WordPress experience. Thanks to premium support from the experts, high security and speed, updates and backups and not to mention, 99.9% uptime, you’re sitting pretty for a super smooth stay.
This dependability and peace of mind allows you to put the focus on running your business, whatever that may be, without having to worry about managing your website.
How Managed WordPress Differs from Our Normal Hosting
As with any software, WordPress first needs to be installed. How? With the hosting option of your choice. While some might opt for a website builder that offers a simple drag-and-drop interface, others might go for Shared Hosting. Both require self-installation, however, and the steps to install can be quite complicated, especially for beginners.
Traditionally, WordPress was installed by downloading the software from WordPress, re-uploading to your web host of choice, and undergoing a series of technical steps along the way. Worst-case scenario, this would take several hours and even in the best-case scenarios for seasoned web professionals, this would become a time-consuming task. For Kenoobi’s Shared Hosting, the installation process has been simplified with just one click.
Kenoobi Data Managed web hosting for WordPress differs from traditional installations in that it handles the entire installation for you. Our Managed WordPress hosting also provides a user-friendly dashboard that allows you to update, manage, and backup all of your future installations. This means that you don’t have to figure out how to use a control panel (cPanel or Plesk) to manage your website. (As a friendly reminder, cPanel is a dashboard that is used to control your hosting environment.)
With our managed WordPress hosting option, the servers are configured and optimized for WordPress websites. And, thanks to cloud server technology, your website can independently handle those extra spikes in traffic. In other words? Your website is far less likely to experience slowdowns.
Shared Hosting, although flexible in theory, can suffer from server slowdowns if another website suddenly gets a lot of traffic. This constraint is why most Shared Hosting plans have disk quotas and bandwidth limits already in place. However, with Shared Hosting, there is direct access to cPanel and works well if you’re running more than just WordPress or if you plan to switch to a different software platform in the future.
Many Benefits, Few Limitations
Sure, it may take some time to move to WordPress, but once you do, the benefits far outweigh any of the limitations. Take a look at what you can expect from Kenoobi Data Managed WordPress hosting:
- Super speed – managed WordPress hosting servers are WordPress-configured and only run on WordPress websites.
- Total security – featuring the tightest security that scans for malware and hackers, you’ve got added peace of mind.
- Expert support – unlike other web hosts, our managed WordPress hosting has an on-site staff of experts who advise you on anything and everything related to your WordPress account.
- Cloud technology – we rely on leading cloud technology to offer unparalleled availability and flexibility, which can handle all sorts of traffic spikes.
- Daily backups – keep the 24/7 content you create, safe and sound.
- Automatic updates – did you forget to update? It’s already been done.
- No more downtime – regardless of how much traffic your website gets, it won’t slow down.
- Improved user experience – user-friendly dashboards, interfaces, and control panels are especially ideal for those with multiple websites.
- No backend headaches – with managed WordPress hosting, forget about any backend clutter and/or coding because it’s all handled for you.
OK, so you may be thinking, are there any downsides to managed WordPress hosting? Truth be told, not very many. In some cases the price is higher compared to Shared Hosting, but think of it this way: you won’t have to pay a salary to someone who will serve as your system administrator. But, if you prefer to be in total control regarding the technical aspects of your website, you may decide managed WordPress hosting isn’t necessarily right for you.
Kenoobi Data Managed WordPress hosting makes the hosting side of things almost entirely invisible. Your WordPress website scales as the number of visitors grows. Thanks to the underlying cloud technology platform, it won’t go down, either. Forget worrying about PHP versions or spending a lot of time on extensive technical training. Time is money and managed WordPress inherently understands this by eliminating the middleman (aka the backend of hosting).