VMS Webhosting (Zenihosting)

VMS Webhosting tailored exclusively for WordPress

WordPress site maintenance in one package with your VMS webhosting

Periodical upgrades of
plugins and WordPress

4 tiers to fit most clients

Enterprise level available

We know that your website is critical for your business. We take care about technical condition of your website while you can focus on your content and strategy. Take advantage of unique VMS webhosting by Zeni team which comes with packages of WordPress Core and plugins upgrades.

From years of our experience comes four levels of frequency for updates of WordPress and plugins that fit almost all businesses. Before upgrades are released to production website we make sure it runs smoothly on staging area.

You want to have cutting-edge versions? Or your business has own security and upgrades policy? Contact us and we will tailor a plan according to your needs.

Performance

AMD EPYC CPUs

Nginx

Redis Object Cache

CDN

Built-in hardening

no FTP

SSH access with keys only

XML-RPC blocked by default

A+ SSL

3 environments for your website

Develop

development and testing environment

Staging

production-like environment to assure all will be OK after release to production

Production

your public environment. stable and blazing fast.

Development + Staging VMS Server Packages

Shared

Virtual site on shared server

20GB Disk Space

100 €/ year excl. VAT

10

€/monthly excl. VAT

Basic stage

2 GB RAM

40 GB SSD

2vCPU

160 €/ year excl. VAT

15

€/monthly excl. VAT

Advanced stage

4 GB RAM

80 GB SSD

3vCPU

350 €/ year excl. VAT

30

€/monthly excl. VAT

Profi stage

8 GB RAM

160 GB SSD

4vCPU

400 €/ year excl. VAT

40

€/monthly excl. VAT

Production VMS Server Packages

20 €/month excl. VAT

200 EUR yearly excl. VAT

2 GB RAM

40 GB SSD

2vCPU

40 €/month excl. VAT

400 EUR yearly excl. VAT

8 GB RAM

160 GB SSD

4vCPU

80 €/month excl. VAT

800 EUR yearly excl. VAT

16 GB RAM

240 GB SSD

8vCPU

eco-friendly datacenter in Germany

daily backups

monitoring

Server Size

Factors that need to be considered when determining the server size:

  1. Number of plugins – more plugins need more computing power.
  2. Type of website:
    • E-commerce site (selling stuff directly) needs much more power than normal site.
    • Multilingual site (WPML or other solution) needs much more power than simple one language site.
  3. Heavy plugins – plugins such as Visual Builder, WPML, woocommerce and other demanding code need higher specs of server.
  4. Extra Functionality:
    • Scheduled events – scheduled events need extra power so they are being run correctly.
    • Exports – if site is actively exporting data to 3rd party this needs to be considered in size of server.
    • Imports – if site is importing data from 3rd party, this needs to be considered in size of server.
  5. Disk space: minimal disk size is 2x of site size for production and 4x size of size for staging server.
  6. Number of hits per month – this affects directly the ability of server to serve requests to all visitors.

Tiers – WordPress maintenance

Tier

Hours yearly on WP

Upgrades Frequency

Yearly Price excl. VAT

1

12

each 2 weeks

700 €

2

6

each month

400 €

3

3

each 2 months

280 €

4

2

each 3 months

200 €

Tier 1



Tier 2



Tier 3



Tier 4



Tier Level

Factors that need to be considered when determining the level of Tier:

  1. Number of plugins – more plugins means more probability something will break.
  2. Type of website:
    • E-commerce site (selling stuff directly) needs much more attention and testing than normal site.
    • Multilingual site (WPML or other solution) needs much more attention than simple one language site.
  3. Extra Functionality:
    • Scheduled events – scheduled events need extra attention so they are being run correctly. This needs to be paid as extra per cron job.
    • Exports – if site is actively exporting data to 3rd party this needs to be covered by extra payment in SLA.
    • Imports – if site is importing data from 3rd party, this needs to be covered by extra payment in SLA.
  4. Number of hits per month – this affects directly the importance of site being up to date and under maintenance.