Monthly Archives: April 2014

Running WordPress in the Cloud – And how to Cause Unnecessary Problems doing so

When it comes to the “Cloud”, people tend to get immediately excited and think that it is the holy grail of modern technology. Especially, not so tech adept people love the sound of infinite scalability and paying only for what you use. Plus the buzz words cloud computing just sound kind of cool.

I just had a customer who insisted on using the cloud in a very illogical way. All of the arguments, such as higher maintenance overhead and initial setup costs, were not enough reason to dissuade the client from wanting to move the software to the cloud. But since the customer is king, I carried it out as they wished.  Read More…

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