From time to time we have written many posts about hosting providers. Managed, Unmanaged, Dedicated, VPS, Cloud etc. Today we will see a relatively new company (official launch on June 30, 2020) that is going to hit well-known big companies of its kind.
Of course we are talking about managed hosting, so we mean Kinsta, WPEngine.
Last I found her Rocket.net.
According to the company's own description, “Rocket.net is the only all-in-one WordPress platform optimized to use Cloudflare Enterprise. With the built-in CDN and WAF, every WordPress installation is provided as fast and secure as possible.
My curiosity was aroused by "Cloudflare EnterpriseWhich really does not exist on hosting sites I know.
When I gained access to the company panel and added a WordPress site demo I was impressed with the speed. Rocket.net seems to be a high-performance cache company.
Everything worked fine and their tools are easy to use.
Even when I loaded the new installation with a bunch of plugins and many other performance issues, everything still worked fine, without affecting the speed.
In terms of price now.
The company packages I found them very satisfactory compared to the "big" Kinsta, and WPEngine that offer exactly the same but at very high prices.
What do the above packages contain? See the picture and try to compare the prices and the specs with the prices offered by Kinsta, and WPEngine.
Apart from all the above the support is amazing and the staff very polite and prompt.
What is missing is phpmyadmin for those who are used to it, but with a direct message from the panel, the support will install it to those who request it.
Another thing missing is a file manager, although you can access your files with FTP and SSH. So because I am used to the convenience of dedicated servers, I asked for a file manager and according to the company it is to do.
In case you decide to get one of the Rocket.net packages the first month will cost you a dollar. Try what they offer as well as the support they provide.
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