One of the most important tasks that almost all new companies face today is the development of an elegant, functional web presence. Although a typical server setup requires a custom package installation, firewall rules, and software configuration, limited access to simple, click-to-deploy server applications is a problem that can easily be fixed.
DigitalOcean’s 1-Click apps allow companies of all types to quickly and easily create a web presence that meets their needs. In particular, they recommend using WordPress to get started.
1-Click WordPress Apps
WordPress is an open source software that makes it pretty easy to create a stunning business website, launch a blog, or even sell your products online via WooCommerce or EDD for instance. The endless possibilities of WordPress are made possible by thousands of unique, customizable themes and plugins that can be easily installed to enhance the style and functionality of your app. Nearly one in every three websites are powered by WordPress, with users ranging from everyday developers and food bloggers to NASA engineers.
To launch your WordPress site on DigitalOcean with a single click, choose from one of the following 1-Click Apps from their marketplace:
- Beginner – WordPress
Get a standard WordPress starter app running on a DigitalOcean droplet, best suited for developers who are just getting started.
- Intermediate – OpenLiteSpeed WordPress
If you anticipate high-traffic loads, OpenLiteSpeed WordPress comes with performance improvements that will keep your app running smoothly.
- Advanced – WordPress Kubernetes
Their WordPress Kubernetes solution is suited for experienced developers looking to serve their WordPress website to millions of visitors.
DigitalOcean’s WordPress solutions are powerful, easy to use, and reliable. You’re able to deploy, scale, and get support for your WordPress app with just a single click of a button – leading to a robust web presence for your business today – and for years to come. By the way, stubble.IO is also powered by DO.
PS: DigitalOcean also announced a new security feature for teams. As a team owner, you can now require your team members to use a more secure sign-in method than just their email and password. Only team members who log into DigitalOcean via Google, GitHub, or a DigitalOcean account with two-factor authentication (2FA) can access your team.