Managed hosting provider DreamHost has announced the enhancement of its DreamPress packages. DreamHost is a WordPress specialist and operates out of Los Angeles, California, United States. The company offers shared hosting, Virtual Private Server (VPS) packages, dedicated server hosting, and domain name registration. It also offers its proprietary ‘DreamObjects’ cloud storage service and ‘DreamCompute’ cloud computing service. DreamHost has launched three enhanced DreamPress packages designed for “advanced WordPress users”.
WordPress is the leading Content Management System (CMS) and available as a free Open Source download. WordPress allows users to build websites without the expense of a developer. Right now around 25% of all sites on the Internet were built using the software. DreamPress was established in 2013 and since then focused on offering “affordable managed WordPress hosting to the masses”. DreamHost’s Open Source cloud platform utilizes Solid State Drives (SSDs) and also offers Automattic’s Jetpack plugin. The new packages are built on DreamPress’ solid WordPress experience to give customers “even more options to find packages that might more closely meet their needs and budget”.
‘DreamPress Basic’ starts at $16.95 per month when paid on a yearly basis. It offers automatic resource scaling with 5GB of storage and “basic site backups”. ‘DreamPress Plus’ is available at $24.95 per month (paid yearly) and “doubles the amount of available storage space, includes advanced offsite backups powered by VaultPress”. This package also includes daily malware scanning. ‘DreamPress Advanced’ is available at $39.95 per month (paid yearly). It provides “up to five telephone-based concierge-level technical support interactions per month” alongside 15GB of SSD storage.
“Three is better than one!” explained Director of Product, Managed WordPress, Mr. John Robison. “Turning customer suggestions into actual product improvements that make DreamPress better is absolutely our jam.”
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