State-of-the-art technology on our Google Cloud powered infrastructure, such as NGINX, PHP 7, HHVM, LXD containers, and MariaDB.
Our 24x7 support team are all WordPress developers, contribute to WordPress core, and live and breath it on a daily basis.
We monitor sites every minute for uptime, detect DDoS attacks as they happen, and proactively stop malicious code.
We love developers. SSH Access, WP-CLI, and Git are all standard features across all of our hosting plans.
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We offer three locations, strategically placed for lowest latency, in multi-regional mode: US Central, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
Our redundant, isolated, and automatic backup system allows you to roll back your site with a single click.
Our expert migration team can migrate your business without any downtime. It is safe, secure, and hassle free.
Test plugins, themes, and updates with our one-click staging environments. Speed up your development workflow.
"As a large organization with exacting performance and unique SLA requirements, our team evaluated several hosting providers in addition to rolling out our own self-hosted proof-of-concept. Our success criteria was in finding a solution that makes sure our WordPress sites have consistently fast page speed performance (millions of visits per month), is secure and highly-available in the event of system outages. Out of the handful of hosts and solutions we tested, Kinsta provided the best-in-class performance while reducing our teams dependency on DevOps support -- Kinsta's support team is second to none"
Sr. Mgr, Web Architect, Intuit
We chose the Google Clould Platform for its automatic scalability, state of the art security, multi-regional deployment, and high-performance. Many 3rd party hosts are constrained to 2-6 CPUs per VPS. Utilizing the Google Compute Engine, we actually let the site’s container scale to as many CPUs as needed when there's a surge. And for load balanced clients, it can scale to an infinite number of CPUs as our system dynamically spins up more machines and scales back when the traffic wave subsides.