WordPress Managed Hosting
$150.00 / month
WordPress managed hosting on COVERT NINE’s cloud hosting service on a month to month basis covering daily managed backups, malware scanning, plugin updates, WordPress updates, and theme updates from supported COVERT NINE themes.
WordPress Managed hosting includes… what?
COVERT NINE’s WordPress managed hosting includes daily managed backups, a free SSL certificate that can be upgraded for a small fee, unlimited bandwidth via CloudFlare’s CDN service, WordPress core updates, COVERT NINE approved plugin updates, Cortex WordPress theme updates, monthly malware scanning, and monthly front-end reviews by COVERT NINE to ensure theme and plugin backwards compatibility. Our cloud-based Linode servers have hardware upgraded at no additional cost to our customers every three to four years, and server software is maintained internally by the team at COVERT NINE. Annual uptime is 99.98% leaving enough room for maintenance each year.
Monthly maintenance includes real-time malware scanning of the entire WordPress core, media library uploads, and plugin/theme files. Deep malware scans are also performed on a periodic basis as needed. Malware is automatically removed and repaired each month. To go along with our monthly deep scans for malware, COVERT NINE’s cloud server configuration is set to the highest of WordPress security standards, and includes live malware scanning every hour of every day to minimize any attacks or potential hacks from malicious bots and outsiders.
Monthly maintenance summaries are sent out with the results of the malware scan, any bugs we found that were fixed, as well as any files that were updated from software updates.
Cloud WordPress Managed Hosting
In Bullet Point Form
- SSL certificate install
- Daily managed backups
- Monthly malware scans
- Live malware scanning
- Content sync between production & staging sites
- Free CDN from CloudFlare
- Unlimited bandwidth
- Human-reviewed sites after updates
- Monthly update + maintenance reports
- Scalable storage based on need for file uploads and media