WordPress Configuration Part 5: Performance Tuning

This is the last post in a five part series that covers the basics of getting WordPress up and running on Engine Yard. In the first post, we covered how to get a basic install deployed. In the second post we introduced a way to make modifications locally, and freeze...
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WordPress in the Cloud: Part 4, Performance

In the previous posts in this series, we’ve covered how to get a basic install of WordPress up and running in the cloud, how to install themes, and how to install plugins. The biggest hurdle when deploying legacy applications to the cloud is dealing with the...
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WordPress in the Cloud: Part 3, Image Uploads

In the previous post in this series, we looked at how to install a WordPress theme manually to a WordPress instance deployed in the cloud and in the first post in the series, how to configure WordPress to run on Engine Yard. In this post, we’ll look at a contrasting...
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WordPress in the Cloud: Part 2, Themes

In the previous post in this series, we explained how to deploy WordPress to a production cloud environment. As an app which wasn’t specifically designed for the cloud, WordPress has to be handled specially to make this work. In the conclusion to a previous series, we...
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WordPress in the Cloud: Part 1, The Basics

This is the first post in a series that will show you how to configure WordPress to run on Engine Yard, a cloud hosting provider. As we go, we’ll discuss common issues and the best practices for addressing them.
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