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Efficiently manage and continuously improve your websites using the leading SaaS-based cloud architecture.
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What makes our workflow unique?
Multi-tenancy, the widely adopted SaaS cloud architecture, unifies all sites under a centralized codebase, enabling you to:
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With a centralized codebase, your sites receive more than just routine plugin updates. You also get the advantage of continually rolling out new features that all your customers will enjoy.
You can safely improve and add plugins and themes in an isolated clone of your application called a “version”, test, then move all sites there.
Issue with an update? Roll back affected sites with zero downtime for debugging, while keeping working sites on the latest version.
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A few notable companies utilizing multi-tenant cloud architecture today:
How does it work?
Simple steps to update sites, whether you’re just starting out or managing thousands of sites.
The process remains simple and consistent.
1. Create version
Provision a separate environment for implementing changes to themes or plugin files.
2. Deploy snapshots
Save and deploy version updates with snapshots.
3. Test safely
Move staging sites between versions to test all changes safely.
4. Update customers
Once tested safely, move customers over to a new version with one click.
5. Rollback errors
Quickly roll back any unforeseen errors by switching back to an old version.
6. Debug sites
Debug affected sites while keeping others on the latest version.
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Frequently asked questions
Once you have launched your product with Version 1 and created a snapshot for sale, you can initiate a new version (Version 2) to continue development. Sales will still be based on the snapshot of Version 1, while Version 2 serves as a test environment for further enhancements.
When Version 2 is ready, create a snapshot to make it available for sale. Existing customers on Version 1 can be migrated to Version 2, effectively receiving an upgrade. You can continue this process, creating new versions and upgrading your product over time. This approach allows you to develop and test versions independently while ensuring compatibility between them. Remember to set the production version as the default for new tenants when using the API.