Plesk introduces the brand-new Joomla! Toolkit to offer a secure, single-point entry to build, secure and run all your Joomla! Sites. Schaffhausen, Switzerland, Nov 10, 2017 – Designed especially for web developers, web designers and web agencies, Plesk is the complete development platform to build, secure and run websites and applications. The brand-new Joomla! Toolkit offers a single-point of entry to all your Joomla! sites, so you can easily check, update and secure all Joomla! versions, plugins and themes in the Plesk UI without having to log-in to every Joomla! back end. “Privacy and security were top of the agenda when we created the Plesk Joomla! Toolkit,” commented Viktor Vogel, Tech Evangelist at Plesk and Joomla! Enthusiast. “And the only way to guarantee privacy and security is to ensure that all work is done within the confines of the server, without the use of “connector scripts” to pass information outside the server to external applications. That’s what we’ve done, and we’re very proud of our achievement.”. Overcoming the complexities and risks when managing Joomla! Many Joomla! users do not update their Joomla! Core, Joomla! Extensions or websites regularly because of the technical complexity and risks involved with applying an untested update. Jan Loeffler, CTO Plesk said: “Even if time and resources are invested in these updates, they usually tie up the most senior of technical personnel to DevOps tasks that are neither billable nor strategic. This leads to serious security issues prevents you from enjoying new features that come with every release. “ With Plesk Joomla! Toolkit, you’ll get:
Announcing Plesk Joomla! Toolkit at Joomla! World Conference
- A master view of Joomla! sites
- Update support for Joomla! Core and Joomla! Extensions
- Auto-Hardening of Joomla! sites
- Scan for important security measures
- Full details of each instance with quick stats
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