Get started in minutes, scale to millions of users. WordPress on Platform.sh is fast, secure, and more flexible than wordpress.com.
Our main API is Git. You can do most operations by just pushing code or a config file. Then watch your cluster configure itself automatically.
Manage your projects directly from within your terminal. Anything you can do in the Platform.sh UI, you can do in your terminal with our CLI.
Built-in composer support, no need to check in your vendor directory. Just push your composer.json to us and we'll handle it. Just as it should be.
WordPress is one of the most popular open-source projects, powering millions of websites worldwide. But it can be a challenge to manage from both security and scaling perspectives.
Our approach to WordPress hosting takes all the hassle out of managing a single instance—or hundreds. Our Git-powered workflow enables full automation. No more updating each instance by hand. No more vulnerable versions in production.
Every plan includes free and automatically generated SSL certificates on every environment, and our read-only filesystem and web application firewall (WAF) mitigate against common exploit vectors.
Every plan includes Elasticsearch and Redis (on top of MySQL, of course). No need for integrating with external services to add functionality to your site.
Everything you need to run a secure, high-performance WordPress installation is included in the price. And everything is managed for you.
You don’t need to learn how to deploy and manage Redis, Elasticsearch, or any other service. When you backup your site, we make a full copy of everything.
We recommend managing your WordPress codebase dependencies with Composer. Find out how to adapt your existing site, or get started with the Platform.sh WP template.
Speed up your WordPress sites using WP Redis. It's just a few lines of configuration away and fully managed.
Library provides a streamlined and easy to use way to interact with the Platform.sh environment. Utility methods enable you to access routes and relationships more cleanly than reading the raw environment variables yourself.