Liquid and Kinsta Web Tagged As the Most Reliable Hosts As WordPress Celebrates 20

Liquid and Kinsta web are tagged as the most reliable hosts as WordPress celebrates 20. The platform originally was a fork of b2/cafelog.

Liquid and Kinsta Web Tagged As the Most Reliable Hosts As WordPress Celebrates 20

Liquid and Kinsta Web Tagged As the Most Reliable Hosts As WordPress Celebrates 20

Recent data has now named Kinsta, Liquid Web, and WP Engine as the most reliable WordPress hosting providers as per a study that analyzed the historical data on all downtime events for each of the mentioned services.

The data monitoring tool, StatusGator found out that on average, WordPress hosting providers have 11 hours and six minutes of downtime every year. This is coming as WordPress which is an open-source management system (CMS) prepares to celebrate its 20th anniversary this very year.

On May 27, 2003, WordPress was released by its founders, Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little as a fork of b2/cafelog.

Co-Founders Mike Little’s Tweet in Regards to the Milestone

Co-founder of WordPress, Mike Little in a tweet that was posted on January 25, 2023, said: “20 years ago today, I commented on Matt’s blog & kicked off the project that became WordPress. Now WordPress powers over 43% of the most popular domains. It is made by a worldwide community of thousands of contributors & millions of users.”

Matt Mullenweg went on to say that he was so lucky that mike had left that very comment, and then described the moment back in 2003 as “the butterfly effect.”

The official anniversary date for the launch of WordPress is May 27, 2003, and the platform is now planning a couple of events during the first of the year to celebrate the milestone. In the study taking a look at the services of WordPress, StatusGator listed FlyWheel, Hostinger, Cloudways, and DreamHost as the top seven most reliable WordPress hosts.

Liquid Web Has the Fewest of Hosting-Related Downtimes Based On the Result

And based on the results, Liquid Web has the fewest of hosting related downtimes at 0.6 yearly, while Hostinger on the other hand has the most at 36.0 yearly, and many other providers such as GoDaddy, Anchor Host, and HostPress were all found not to make their downtimes public.

StatusGator Shared Certain Downtime Events into Critical and Non-Critical Sections

In a bid to produce the findings, StatusGator shared certain downtime events into critical and non-critical sections with shared hosting, dedicated servers, data center, and DNS all falling into the critical downtime category in relation to hosting.

The non-critical downtime that was observed included email, help centers, live chat support, cPanel, and also billing and subscription services.


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