Microsoft is previewing a new and improved WordPress on App Service on its Azure cloud computing platform.
According to the site for WordPress on App Service, it “lets you quickly build, deploy, and scale enterprise-grade web, mobile, and API apps running on any platform. Meet rigorous performance, scalability, security and compliance requirements while using a fully managed platform to perform infrastructure maintenance.”
A Feb. 22 blog post says: “We have made some significant improvements based on feedback from many WordPress developers and in close collaboration with the ever-growing WordPress community This new offering will improve your experience, and help your websites run faster.”
The revamp involved performance, caching, image compression and hosting plans.
Specifically, the updates include:
More information and guidance is available in “Create WordPress on App Service – Microsoft Azure” and “QuickStart: Create a WordPress site – Azure App Service | Microsoft Docs.”
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