Artifakt for Wordpress and WooCommerce Cloud Hosting platform

Embrace the power of our all-in-one platform to deploy and manage your favorite web application. Migrate to the Cloud in a matter of minutes and immediately begin using your website to grow your online business.

Save yourself from repetitive tasks

Don’t waste time configuring your WordPress website manually. Spin or duplicate a production environment in minutes.

Automate your WordPress deployment

Pushing to production should be a no-brainer.  Environments include all WordPress requirements. We make sure it stays secure.

Give a seamless shopping experience

We deliver powerful performance, no matter how high your traffic is. Your website is continuously available due to our powerful infrastructure.


Wordpress Cloud Hosting meets Artifakt

WordPress is the most popular open-source blog web application today. As modularity sits at its core, you can easily extend your website’s functionalities with plugins. When you get around deploying and running your website, Artifakt is there to help you set up your Cloud infrastructure. Everything is automated and optimized for WordPress usage, configurations and hosting. Create a new testing environment in just a few clicks to test your website before pushing it live.

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Keep up with performance

Website performance is key to your customer experience. It also helps you be better referenced by Google. We select the most recent and performing hardware to fit your WordPress and WooCommerce projects. Features like CDN network, Cache System, resilient cloud infrastructure allow you to reach high performance numbers.

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Benefit from our inhouse Wordpress Cloud Experts
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Benefit from our in-house Akeneo Cloud Experts. We have in-house WordPress and WooCommerce specialists, available to help you deploy and maintain your online shop. We can guide your WordPress Cloud onboarding with premium support, or help you debug performance and security issues in no time.

More about Wordpress Cloud Hosting
  • How does Artifakt deploy my WordPress website?

    Your code lives in your git repository. Thanks to our automated process and our optimized machines for WordPress usage, we take care of all the configuration for you.

    Some of the deployment and configuration steps include:

    • connecting to the server
    • installing the required software
    • downloading the latest WordpPess version and extracting it
    • configuring the database connection
    • connecting to the website, downloading custom themes, plugins, and extensions
    • configuring each theme and module

    We also install the wordpress-cli toolkit that allows you to have more power over your WordPress installation.

    Staying up-to-date on software and module versions is really simple thanks to our blue-green deployment techniques. If a mistake is detected in your custom code that generates an error, the update is not allowed to move into production or interrupt your current website—you are safe and stress-free!

    Testing is also simple—create a new testing environment in just a few clicks.


  • How does Artifakt keep my Wordpress website safe?

    All our deployment processes benefit from security-by-design implementations to avoid any attacks on your WordPress platform. We protect your website with a dedicated Web Application Firewall for WordPress and all our WordPress clients get the same firewall protection no matter the size of the application. 


  • How does Artifakt maintain the performance of my WordPress website?

    We select the latest and high-performing tools to fit the needs of your WordPress projects. 

    Some services included in our WordPress hosting are:

    • a CDN that caches the static assets (images, styles, etc.) 
    • auto-scaling
    • image optimization to help your project load faster
    • automated TLS certificate management
  • Which WordPress requirements does Artifakt set up?

    Arifakt follows the requirements of each version, optimize, and pre-configure all WordPress requirements for a deployment process. This includes:

    • PHP 7.4+
    • MySQL 5.6+ or MariaDB 10.1+
    • a TLS certificate for secure communications between your clients and your server
    • a web server (Nginx)

    If you’re using WooCommerce, you need at least 128MB memory dedicated to the WordPress process.

    For better performance, consider adding these optional requirements:

    • Curl or fsockopen support, in order to allow WooCommerce to communicate with payment processing companies.
    • SOAP support
    • Multibyte String support for non-English stores

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