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How to Host WordPress on Kyup Managed Cloud

Updated on  31st January

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WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems in the world and powers up to 75 million websites. The CMS is available in more than 56 different languages and is well-known for its user-friendly interface.

Some of the most popular websites in the world, such as TechCrunch, BBC America, Sony Music are built on WordPress.

Not only that, WordPress has created an engaging community of developers and designers. Each year, hundreds of WordCamp events are organized in different parts of the world to discuss various WordPress related topics. These events are popular among entrepreneurs, business owners, developers, and bloggers.

It has become a major success because it offers a variety of features to its users. It is an ideal CMS for all websites. You can launch almost any kind of website from a simple blog to an e-commerce platform. The CMS has over 44,000 free plugins that extend and enhance the functionality of the platform. In addition, WordPress has over 3,000 free themes that make websites a treat for the visitor’s eyes.

Such an excellent content management system needs a robust server infrastructure, and this is where Kyup containers come into play. It is a container based cloud infrastructure provider that is undoubtedly the best option for hosting load-sensitive WordPress website or a WooCommerce store. Kyup offers an auto-scalable cloud infrastructure that prevents website downtime and ensures excellent server and application performance.

Without a doubt, hosting a website on Kyup is a challenging and complex task. However, Cloudways makes it really easy for you to host WordPress on Kyup.

Cloudways is a managed cloud hosting platform for WordPress projects that provides Kyup server infrastructure without any issues. To learn more about the hosting process of server setup at Cloudways, let’s take a glance at the 5 step server launch process.

Sign Up for Cloudways Platform

Host WordPress on Kyup Sign Up

You need to sign up for Cloudways Account. Remember, that you can also sign up using your LinkedIn, Google or Github account.

Select Your Application

Host WordPress on Kyup Application and Server Details

Select Kyup from the drop-down menu and give it a name. Name your managed app, server, and project to avoid confusion later on. For the purpose of this article, I named My WordPress as my app and server and My Project as my project.

Choose Cloud Infrastructure

Choose a Cloud Infrastructure from the list of market-leading providers. I chose Kyup for this tutorial.

Host WordPress on Kyup Cloud Provider

Select Server Size

Select your server’s size, ram and storage space. Always remember that your server should have some extra space for handling uncertain traffic.

Host WordPress on Kyup Resources

Select Server Location

Choose the server location wisely. Your server should be located near to your target audience. This placement helps in extracting optimum performance from the server and the application.

Host WordPress on Kyup Location

Ready To Launch!

Your server is almost ready for your awesome managed WordPress hosting app. Click on LAUNCH NOW and wait for a few minutes as the Platform prepares and initiates the server.

Host WordPress on Kyup Server Launch

What’s More at Cloudways?

Cloudways offers various distinctive features including CloudwaysBot, Cloudways API, free SSL certificates by Let’s Encrypt, free WordPress migration, 24x7x365 live human interactive support, and much more.

To know more about Cloudways and how easy it is to host WordPress on Kyup cloud, start your 3-day free trial now.

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Tahha Ashraf

Tahha Ashraf is a Digital Content Producer at Cloudways, a Managed Cloud Hosting Platform. He loves talking about brands and writes content related to online marketing. He is fond of creativity and writes poetry in his free time.

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