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Plesk acquires XOVI

Schaffhausen, Switzerland and Toronto, Canada [July 12th, 2017] – Plesk, the leading WebOps platform to build, secure and run websites, applications and cloud businesses, today announced that it [...]

How to set up your online store with WooCommerce

When it comes to e-commerce, picking the right platform to power your store is a difficult choice. As a startup, you’ll want to run your e-commerce business off on a firm footing. This means [...]

How to reduce server load and improve WordPress speed with Memcached

In my last article about Varnish in a Docker container, I’ve explained how to easily activate server-side caching and what advantages you can get with this mechanism. Today, I will show you how [...]

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Control your servers and businesses on the go with Plesk Mobile

Want to make changes to your customers’ accounts while sitting in a bubble bath listening to jazz playing in the background? Urgently need to reboot the server at 2 am, but you’re at the [...]

Migrate to Plesk on AWS from Plesk, cPanel or DirectAdmin

Why migrate to Plesk on AWS? Amazon Web Services is the cloud computing platform by Amazon.com, offering over 90 key infrastructure services such as computing power, storage options, networking, [...]

Plesk Acquired by Oakley Capital

Plesk receives pivotal investment from Oakley Capital and embraces the future of cloud, WordPress management, and DevOps Today, I am excited to share with you that Plesk has completed the [...]

Varnish for WordPress in a Docker container

Is your website experiencing heavy traffic? Are you looking for a solution that will reduce server load and will improve website speed? Varnish might just be what you need. Varnish listens for [...]

How to start your online store with WooCommerce

When it comes to e-commerce, picking the right platform to power your online store is a difficult choice. Whichever one you go with needs to be fast, secure, and feature-filled, so where are you [...]

Critical Kernel flaw discovered – Update your server

Linux Kernel flaw that has existed for over 10 years in the code has been discovered by Andrey Konovalov, a security researcher at Google. The DCCP (Datagram Congestion Control Protocol) [...]

Google PageSpeed Insights – How to optimize your site to rank higher

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