Why WordPress works better in Cloud

With the right hosting, you can ensure the success of your website by having optimal performance, security, and stability. But how can you be sure that you choose the right hosting?

Let me tell you about WordPress Hosting. It’s a special type of web hosting designed just for WordPress websites. It provides everything you need to run your site, from the infrastructure to the software and support.

Choosing the right hosting is super important for your website’s success because it affects the performance, security, and stability of your site. A slow or unreliable host can lead to a poor user experience, lower search engine rankings, and lost revenue. But, if you choose a great host, your website will perform at its best and attract even more visitors!

When selecting a WordPress hosting provider, it’s a good idea to consider factors such as performance, uptime, scalability, support, security, cost, and user experience. These all play a role in making sure your website runs smoothly and is secure.

There are several types of WordPress Hosting, including shared hosting, managed WordPress hosting, virtual private server (VPS) hosting, dedicated server hosting, and cloud hosting.

The type of hosting you choose depends on the size and traffic of your website.

For small, personal sites with low traffic shared hosting is a good option. For small to medium-sized businesses and sites with moderate traffic, managed WordPress hosting or VPS hosting is better. And for large sites with high traffic and resource demands, dedicated server hosting or cloud hosting are the way to go.

Cloud hosting is another type of web hosting worth mentioning. It uses a network of remote servers to store, manage, and process data, making it accessible from anywhere with an internet connection. Cloud hosting has many benefits, like scalability, reliability, cost-effectiveness, and strong security measures.

Cloud hosting statistics

Adoption rate

According to a report by Rightscale, 94% of organizations use cloud computing in some form, with 81% of those using a hybrid cloud strategy.
Market size: The cloud computing market is expected to grow from $272.0 billion in 2018 to $623.3 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 17.5% from 2018 to 2023.

The popularity of cloud hosting

In 2020, public cloud services were the most widely used cloud service, with 60% of organizations using public cloud services, compared to 40% using private cloud services.

Cost savings

Companies using cloud hosting can save an average of 30% on IT costs compared to traditional on-premises solutions.

Increased productivity

Cloud hosting can improve work processes and increase productivity by allowing employees to access applications and data from anywhere with an internet connection.

Security concerns

Despite the many benefits of cloud hosting, security remains a concern for many organizations. A report by McAfee found that the majority of companies (60%) have experienced a security breach in their cloud environment.

Compliance requirements

The increasing use of cloud hosting has resulted in the development of cloud-specific compliance requirements, such as SOC 2 and PCI DSS, to ensure the security and privacy of sensitive data stored in the cloud.

To make Indystack customers calmer and more secure Indystack implemented web security by design which is the principle of integrating security considerations into the development process of a website or web application from the outset.

This approach prioritizes proactively identifying and mitigating potential security threats, rather than relying on reactive measures after an attack has occurred. Adopting a security-by-design approach involves considering the full lifecycle of a web project, from the initial design phase to deployment and ongoing maintenance. This includes incorporating secure coding practices, using encryption and authentication measures, and regularly conducting security assessments. By following security-by-design principles, organizations can reduce their risk of cyber-attacks and data breaches, protect sensitive information, and improve overall website security for their users.

For WordPress Hosting it’s important to take care of the GDPR as well as the part of the security, privacy, and data protection that we at Indystack are taking seriously.

Data privacy

GDPR requires that the personal data of EU citizens is protected, so make sure that your WordPress hosting provider complies with GDPR regulations and has appropriate measures in place to protect personal data.

Data processing agreements

Consider entering into a GDPR-compliant data processing agreement with your hosting provider to ensure that they understand and are complying with their obligations under the GDPR.

Data access

Make sure that your hosting provider can provide you with access to the personal data that you store on their servers so that you can comply with GDPR data access requests from individuals.

Data retention

Consider the data retention policies of your hosting provider and ensure that they are compliant with GDPR requirements for data deletion and destruction.

Privacy policy

Update your website’s privacy policy to reflect the requirements of the GDPR and make sure that your hosting provider’s privacy policy is compatible with your own.

So, there you have it – that’s a quick rundown on WordPress Hosting and cloud hosting!