Table of Contents
WordPress-as-a-Service: Cloud-Based Content Delivery and Development Platform for Today’s Internet
Does WordPress run the world? It’s possible, based on surveys that indicate that nearly % of all Web sites on the Internet are developed and managed using the open source WordPress platform.Created more than a decade ago as an open source blog and content management tool, designed to make Web publishing easy and intuitive for non-developers, the tool has evolved to encompass advanced plug-in and application programming interface (API) functionality; as well as cloud-based
access, allowing delivery through an “as-a-Service” model.
The enhanced capabilities and easier access have fueled continued growth, making the platform attractive to Web site owners, content
managers, and even application developers.
As WordPress grows in popularity, savvy Web service providers are leveraging this growth to create a new “as-a-Service category”: WordPress-as-a-Service. WordPress-as-a-Service enables easy, cloudbased access to the content management tool, while helping businesses to ensure that they have the latest—and safest—of WordPress themes and plug-ins. In many cases, providers also handle routine WordPress management tasks for the customer—such as code updates, the addition and vetting of
new themes and plug-ins to the WordPress environment, and security assurance.
In this SPIE, Stratecast examines the rise of WordPress as a development tool, and its growth in popularity among both blog and business users. We look at the inception of WordPress-as-a-Service, as well as the benefits to providers and customers. Finally, major providers in the market today are profiled.
Get Industry Insights. Simply.
Talk to Veronica
+1 718 514 2762
This 2017 module has 138 pages and 67 tables and figures Worldwide hyperscale data center markets implement cloud computing with shared resource and the aim, more or less achieved of providing foolproof ...
C-Level Enterprise Data Center Assessment: WinterGreen Research announces a study to address the move from Ethernet wiring for the data center with Cat5e to fiber. The ability to get optics going in the ...
“The growing need for a highly scalable centralized system for the management of field services is expected to drive the Field Service Management (FSM) market” The FSM market size is expected to grow ...