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Key Features

  • Easy to install : One step automated installer and easy migration from EasyEngine v3
  • Fast deployment : Fast and automated WordPress, Nginx, PHP, MySQL & Redis installation
  • Up-to-date : Nginx 1.16.0 with Brotli support, PHP 7.2 & 7.3, MariaDB 10.3 & Redis 5.0
  • Secured : Hardened WordPress security with strict Nginx location directives
  • Powerful : Optimized Nginx configurations with multiple cache backends support
  • SSL : Let's Encrypt SSL certificates handled by acme.sh
  • Modern : Secured SSL/TLS with strong ciphers_suite, modern TLS protocols and HSTS support
  • Monitoring : Live Nginx vhost traffic with ngx_vts_module and server monitoring with Netdata

WordOps Dashboard public demo is available on demo.wordop.eu


Welcome on WordOps documentation.

Warning

Documentation writing is in progress, we will add missing informations as soon as possible

Info

If you were using EasyEngine v3 previously, you will probably be interested by our EasyEngine migration guide

Getting Support

If you do not find the informations you were looking for in our documentation, you can still ask your question on our Community Forum. If you think you have found an issue directly related to WordOps, please open an issue on the Github repository

Contributing

Like other open-source project, WordOps needs your contributions to live. There is no need to be a developer or a system administrator to contribute to WordOps project.

Suggestions, bug reports and pull requests are warmly welcome. This documentation was built with mkdocs to provide the ability to edit content and propose changes easily on Github.

A guide about how to edit WordOps documentation is available on the github repository

Credits


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Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.