Tutorial: Highly Available WordPress (Part II) In the previous part of this tutorial we introduced High Availability discussing different methods and different AWS services to achieve it. Now we’ll propose a particular solution based on one of these: use GlusterFS to unify the content of the instances. In this part we’ll explain how to move our WordPress
Tutorial: Highly Available WordPress (Part I) Unfortunately, things fail from time to time, including our applications’ servers. A connectivity problem at the datacenter, a natural disaster or a hardware issue can render our blog offline. Since we cannot predict the future nor prevent failures from happening, we are leveraging the power of the cloud in
How to Clean Up Your WordPress File Storage Locations First things first: the fundamentals. This page of the WordPress Codex shows the proper placement of all standard WordPress files. If this structure ever gets out of whack, your site probably won’t even work. One way for it to get out of whack is for you to
10 Steps to a Secure WordPress Website Every day, some scary report about a major site being hacked or a sensitive database being compromised hits the web … and freaks everyone out. via 10 Steps to a Secure WordPress Website | Copyblogger.
Top 5 WordPress Vulnerabilities and How to Fix Them WordPress is a popular target for hackers, but there are steps you can take to make your installation more secure. Did you know that more than 73 million web sites in the world run on the WordPress publishing platform? This makes WordPress more popular than Microsoft
Amazon S3 and Cloudfront Copies files to Amazon S3 as they are uploaded to the Media Library. Optionally configure Amazon CloudFront for faster delivery. This plugin automatically copies images, videos, documents, and any other media added through WordPress’ media uploader to Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). It then automatically replaces the URL to each media