DreamHost Brings Staging Environments to Managed WordPress

DreamHost, a global leader in web hosting and Managed WordPress services, has today launched a new version of DreamPress – its powerful managed WordPress platform.

In addition to countless under-the-hood performance improvements, DreamPress, DreamPress Plus, and DreamPress Pro now include access to an isolated website staging environment.

DreamPress’ staging environment is a private WordPress installation that allows WordPress designers, developers, and content creators to safely preview their website changes and additions before copying those alterations live to a public, production environment.  This provides a private website preview buffer for the “move fast and break things” crowd, and brings a virtual safety net to WordPress website development.

DreamHost now also includes automated backups, created on each staging push to production.  In the unlikely event that live content doesn’t match its staged counterpart, changes can be rolled back at a moment’s notice.

“DreamPress’ latest release sets the stage for our users to do great things!” said John Robison, DreamHost’s Director of Product, Managed WordPress, emphasizing the word ‘stage’ in a way that would cause any dad joke enthusiasts within earshot to start high-fiving each other.  “WordPress’ most passionate users have told us that the safety and security of a WordPress staging environment is essential to their workflows, and we’re proud to deliver it today as a standard feature of all our managed WordPress packages,” he added.

DreamPress hosting plans start at $16.95 per month and can scale quickly, with options to handle over a million monthly visitors while providing a top-tier managed WordPress hosting experience.

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