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Uptime & Performance

Do’s and Don’ts of WooCommerce Maintenance

Maintaining a WordPress site can be tricky enough. WooCommerce maintenance is a whole different animal. Even with solid hosting providers that focus on WooCommerce hosting, it’s easy to break your shop if you don’t know what you’re doing. Think of this post as a guide on maintaining WooCommerce for the highest performance and uptime. Please […]

Liquid Web Partners With WPMerge and AffiliateWP

Liquid Web Announces New Partnerships With WPMerge and AffiliateWP to Add Additional Functionality to their Managed Application Product Lines LANSING, Mich., June 18, 2019 – Liquid Web, LLC, (www.liquidweb.com), the market leader in managed hosting and managed application services to SMBs today announced partnerships with WPMerge and AffiliateWP to bring additional bundled features to their […]

How to Intelligently Invest in High Availability

What is High Availability (HA)? In the simplest of terms, high availability is the reduction of downtime in favor of overall uptime. You want your infrastructure—whether that’s web apps, an eCommerce store, end-user systems, inter-company communications, or archiving, among a lot of other things—to be up and running (without interruption) as much as possible. A […]

Managed WordPress Hosting vs Shared Hosting: Which is the Best Fit For Your Hosting Needs?

WordPress is officially the most popular way to build a website. According to data from W3Techs, over 30% of all websites on the Internet are powered by WordPress. That’s a lot of businesses choosing WordPress to build their sites, but the choice of hosting for those sites may not be as simple. If you’ve chosen […]

Recovering Your Website From a Catastrophic Failure

Why Thinking ‘Post-Failure’ Is Important In the event of a catastrophic failure, one that brings your infrastructure down and your operations to a standstill, you need a sensible, priority-emphasized, easy-to-follow plan of action. As company operations increasingly rely on network services, digital databases, electronic communications, and web traffic, IT infrastructures (and their ability to be […]

What Happens When There’s a Catastrophic Failure in Your Infrastructure

The Horrific Reality of Catastrophic Failure The Exorcist doesn’t hold a candle to the idea of a catastrophic failure wiping out your data, your web presence… your entire operation (cue the vomit). It should scare you. Our livelihoods—our lives—are increasingly digital. Your IT infrastructure is integral to your operations. Whether it’s your website, your database, […]

An Introduction to Load Balancing

Traffic Means Business You want your company to be popular. You want to be #trending. Today, it’s a part of doing business. However, trending means traffic and traffic means a heavy load on your servers. Can your servers—your site—handle viral marketing campaigns and social media campaigns where incoming end users can spike dramatically? Can you […]