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  • Managed Servers

    New Managed Server Products Available Now

    - by GB

    Announcing our all-new Managed Servers — they’re faster … and cheaper!

    Blazing-fast, Single-tenant WordPress Servers — right here in NZ

    At WP NET, our focus has always been on the New Zealand market — we aim to provide the best possible WordPress hosting services for NZ businesses with predominantly NZ-based users.

    Unlike many of the other Managed WordPress hosting companies operating in NZ, all WP NET’s servers are located in New Zealand, ensuring that your customers get the fastest possible response time.

    While hosting resources and bandwidth is still significantly cheaper outside NZ, it can mean that your website performance suffers at busy times, when international data traffic usage is high. Hosting in New Zealand means that your customers get low-response times and consistent performance.  … continues

  • Managed ServersSystem Updates

    WP-CLI Now Available on Managed Cloud Servers

    - by GB

    We are thrilled to announce that WP-CLI is now available on all WP NET Managed Cloud Servers!

    WP-CLI is a fantastic utility that allows you to manage your WordPress sites directly from the command line. Working with WP-CLI is fast, flexible and … kinda fun!

    We’ve been working on this for a while, so we’re really pleased to finally get it out of the gate — it’s installed on all Managed Cloud Servers right now! Just connect to your server via SSH and start managing your WordPress sites like a pro.

    WP NET’s Managed Cloud Servers allow you to host managed and un-managed WordPress sites, so for customers that manage sites themselves, WP-CLI will provide an excellent new tool to help you efficiently manage your WordPress installations.

    Getting Started

    The following WP NET KnowledgeBase articles cover everything you need to know about connecting to your server via SSH and getting started with WP-CLI. Note that these articles are accessible by existing customers only, so you’ll need to login to My WP NET.

    WP-CLI Tutorials

    The following links provide some in-depth tutorials on using WP-CLI. You can ignore the instructions regarding installation and set up — that’s already done for you!

    Also, for a comprehensive list of all the commands available in WP-CLI, see: WP-CLI Commands.


    If you have any questions regarding WP-CLI support on Managed Cloud Servers, please open a support ticket, or contact us.

  • Managed ServersSecuritySystem Updates

    FreeSSL now available in Managed Server Control Panel

    - by GB

    We’ve recently deployed an update to our Managed Cloud Server Control Panel that adds support for managing FreeSSL (Let’s Encrypt) Certificates from directly within the Control Panel.

    This means that all our Managed Cloud Server customers can now instantly apply SSL Certificates to their sites with the click of button. With this new addition — and considering the performance and SEO benefits of running sites with SSL — we recommend that all Cloud Server sites run under SSL.

    More information, and complete instructions for using the Cloud Server Control Panel are available in our WP NET KnowledgeBase.

  • Managed ServersSystem UpdatesWordPress

    Managed Cloud Server Control Panel Released

    - by GB

    We have exciting news today … our Cloud Server Control Panel is officially released and available now!

    Our Managed Cloud Servers are built for speed and security. We have gone to considerable lengths to ensure that these servers are as lean as possible — and that includes the control panel. The software installed on the server is very light-weight and uses practically zero resources. As you would expect, all communication between the control panel and the server uses SSL / HTTPS.

    We have intentionally made the interface as simple and uncluttered as possible. Most actions require only a few clicks.

    In short: it’s fast, secure and easy to use.  … continues

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